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    50/50’s Co-Host: Following Planted with an Awkward Payoff by Melaney Mitchell

50/50’s Co-Host: Following Planted with an Awkward Payoff by Melaney Mitchell

Editor’s note: Melaney Mitchell is a Kansas City-based 2015 Fellow in OVAC’s Oklahoma Art Writing and Curatorial Fellowship (OAWCF) program. This writing was completed as a part of the program. For more of Melaney’s […]

Forum on Art Writing Fellowship in KC

What motivates one to write regularly about art? How much self-reflection is productive for an arts community? In what stage or way would funding best encourage art writing?Oklahoma Art Writing & Curatorial Fellowship forum […]

Call for Experimental Writing

Our always-innovative colleagues at Charlotte Street Foundation issued a call for a writer/critic/curator/artist for an experimental writing project. I am fascinated to see the resulting projects.  The writer can propose the format and indicate a preferred approach. Funding is available for […]

Countering Crisis

Eric Zimmerman argues on Glasstire.org that declarations of crises in criticism and art are really responses to change. He calls on us all to simmer down, not unlike those with concerns about the economy. His post […]

Questions in Criticism

Upon leaving the the editorship of …Might Be Good, Wendy Vogel’s last letter from the editor considers a recent  book called Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism. Her letter addresses many key issues of the day in art criticism […]

Robert Storr Lecture March 24, 2011 with City Arts Center

Attention art writing and curatorial fans, Robert Storr, Dean of the Yale University School of Art, artist and critic, will speak at SandRidge Energy 11:30 am, March 24. The title of Storr’s lecture is Contemporary Art and […]

FREERIDING: Fellow’s Curatorial Project

Temporary Services, Booklets by Temporary Services, 1998-2010Oklahoma Art Writing and Curatorial Fellow Alison Hearst’s curatorial collaborative just opened an exhibition at Texas Woman’s University’s East/West Galleries in Denton, TX.  FREERIDING features works that reflect on or […]

Program Recap: Writing, Editing and Publishing

Visiting scholars Eleanor Heartney, Tracey Abeln, and Tyler Green examined the role of writing, criticism and publishing in the art world and through their careers in a September 18 public panel at the Oklahoma […]

Curatorial Project: Wish You Were Here

Fellow Alison Hearst co-curated the following exhibition opening Friday, July 2 at the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Gallery.  FORT WORTH—Subtext Projects is proud to present the exhibition Wish You Were Here, which opens July 2, 2010 […]

Review: John Wilcox

Author: Alison HearstJohn Wilcox: New York City 1988 – 89 Barry Whistler Gallery, DallasMarch 6 – April 17, 2010Wilcox, “Sake,” 1988, Watercolor on paper, 23 x 30 inchesThe power of John Wilcox’s exhibition, New York […]