sometimes I feel guilty about polluting the internet with nonsense, but that doesn’t stop me. I’ve decided that when I have nothing to report to the blog, I will post a picture from my hard drive, at random. I like this image becaus it feels serene and chaotic, all at the same time.
Last night I had the joy of filming a performance by the group “Ivoire Spectacle” at the Roosevelt Hotel. They performed there as part of an African Studies conference in New Orleans. The juxtaposition of the African drumming, dancing and traditional costumes against the lavish, chandelier-ed, wallpapery, Greco-Roman-statue-ed, frou–frou carpeted backdrop of the Roosevelt wasContinue reading “Ivoire Spectacle”
ink, watercolor and pastel on paper; large: 48″ x 36″ smaller: 22″ x 30″ *simple synopsis* I created this series of women confronting and taming dinosaurs during 2008. The dinosaurs represent my old, cumbersome ways of thinking about “life in general”. I felt happy during their creation.The drawings were on display in my studio atContinue reading “battles”
I’ve developed an 8-class series in “experimental filmmaking” and will be presenting it to kids from New Orleans’ 7th ward during june and july, through the Porch’s summer “arts alive” camp at the Colton School. This will be my first time teaching filmmaking, and I’m quite excited. The projects will all have an element ofContinue reading “experimental filmmaking class…for kids”
Look out Houma….ADHD art is squirreling it’s way through town…as I type!November 8th…reception from 5-8. Check out the article:http://www.houmatoday.com/article/20081017/BIGFUN/810160218/1184/BIGFUN02?Template=bigfun
I’ve been busy getting my “foot in the door” of the amazing New Orleans art “scene” lately. My first official project is with the Studio at Colton School, where I’ll be turning a space in the old school building into a studio, assisting with grant-writing, and conducting a series of four filmmaking (with digital video)Continue reading “Studio at Colton School”