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    CHECK IT OUT I GOT INTO THE SFMOMA!

    Not really. I used Mozilla Webmaker.org’s X-Ray Goggles to remix the SFMOMA website. It even let me use GIFs and put my own video over the one they had posted.

    TRY IT OUT! It’s pretty fun. I always wanted to be in a museum.

    Woah! Taking the initiative… nicely done :)

    Posted on Monday, September 16th 2013

    Reblogged from MAX CAPACITY

    David Wilson’s Arrivals, a series of self-guided tours around San Francisco, first leads visitors to a eucalyptus grove in the Presidio, where the artist has installed an elaborate, sixteen-foot-high ink drawing. Learn more about this year’s SECA Art Award exhibition here!

    David Wilson’s Arrivals, a series of self-guided tours around San Francisco, first leads visitors to a eucalyptus grove in the Presidio, where the artist has installed an elaborate, sixteen-foot-high ink drawing. Learn more about this year’s SECA Art Award exhibition here!

    Posted on Saturday, September 14th 2013

    Josh Faught creates sculptures that pair traditional textile and homespun techniques with everyday objects that reference domesticity and often feature political slogans and elements of kitsch. Faught’s BE BOLD For What You Stand For, BE CAREFUL For What You Fall For, a constellation of handwoven sculptures, responds to the historical importance and emotional resonance of the Neptune Society Columbarium in SF’s Inner Richmond neighborhood. 
This installation is part of our new SECA Art Award exhibition, which opens today!

    Josh Faught creates sculptures that pair traditional textile and homespun techniques with everyday objects that reference domesticity and often feature political slogans and elements of kitsch. Faught’s BE BOLD For What You Stand For, BE CAREFUL For What You Fall For, a constellation of handwoven sculptures, responds to the historical importance and emotional resonance of the Neptune Society Columbarium in SF’s Inner Richmond neighborhood.

    This installation is part of our new SECA Art Award exhibition, which opens today!

    Posted on Saturday, September 14th 2013

    artpractical:

Are we, as queer makers, experiencing a kind of cultural Groundhog Day, in the Bill Murray sense of the term?
In Issue 5.1, Glen Helfand talks with Josh Faught —> http://bit.ly/19P6qWk
PS: Our new site is live!
Image: (detail) Vincent Fecteau. Chorus #2, 1994; collage, hot glue. Courtesy of the Artist and Wayne Smith. Image: Vincent Fecteau.

Josh Faught is one of the artists featured in the SECA Art Award exhibition, which opens today!

    artpractical:

    Are we, as queer makers, experiencing a kind of cultural Groundhog Day, in the Bill Murray sense of the term?

    In Issue 5.1, Glen Helfand talks with Josh Faught —> http://bit.ly/19P6qWk

    PS: Our new site is live!

    Image: (detail) Vincent Fecteau. Chorus #2, 1994; collage, hot glue. Courtesy of the Artist and Wayne Smith. Image: Vincent Fecteau.

    Josh Faught is one of the artists featured in the SECA Art Award exhibition, which opens today!

    Posted on Saturday, September 14th 2013

    Reblogged from Art Practical Sketchbook