2019.07.01, Monday
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Review: Tributaries: Jill Baker Gower – Reflection

Review: Tributaries: Jill Baker Gower – Reflection

By Katie Lothrop     Consumer culture dictates identity, for goods are not purchased for functional satisfaction alone. Rather, they can be procured as a means of establishing status. Artist Jill Baker Gower uses lace and brooch-like ...

Interview: Zipporah Camille Thompson

Interview: Zipporah Camille Thompson

By Aileen Farshi     The work of visual and sculptural artist Zipporah Camille Thompson transports you from the confines of a gallery into an alternate dimension in outer space. Histories are encapsulated in clay objects and woven ...

Carl Pope: Leading a Revolution of Self-Honesty

Carl Pope: Leading a Revolution of Self-Honesty

By Sara Lee Burd     Carl Pope and I sat together for four hours. Enjoying each other’s company, we chatted about his art, ate biscuits, and read his book together. I found the man kind, tender, and brilliant. The acclaimed artist is ...

Arts, Advocacy and Community: An Interview with Alex Paul Loza

Arts, Advocacy and Community: An Interview with Alex Paul Loza

  Alex Paul Loza is a Chattanooga based multi-disciplinary artist and educator. His work is focused on social advocacy and community engagement. Alex is the executive director and founder of CLAVA, the Center for Latin American Visual Arts, ...

Taylor Alxndr Likes Her Queer Pride, Southern Fried

Taylor Alxndr Likes Her Queer Pride, Southern Fried

By Nicholas Goodly     Southern Fried Queer Pride is one of the fiercest organizations in Atlanta. Created by performer and community activist Taylor Alxndr, SFQP has become a haven for queer people all over the South. Taylor and her ...

Living Sideways

Living Sideways

  “This is the Humpty Dumpty I know,” Neil Hancock says.   We sit before The Comedown, propped up against a wall in his studio. Hancock interprets his own painting to me subjectively. The work may, he says, deal with the starting point ...

Interview: Rocky Horton

Interview: Rocky Horton

By Lexie Roland     Rocky Horton is a conceptual artist living and working out of Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife Mandy Rogers Horton and their four children. On November 25, 2018, Rocky launched a self-declared artist-in-residency ...

Interview: Jacoub Reyes

Interview: Jacoub Reyes

By Evan D. Williams     Jacoub Reyes is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Orlando. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a BFA in Drawing in Printmaking, a recipient of the Southern Graphics ...

Editorial 98:  Future Past

Editorial 98:  Future Past

By Sunni Johnso     In David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, the demonic inhabitant known as Bob monologued a riddle regarding the “future past” as one totality. Instead of the mutually exclusive idea that we know the past and the future to be, ...

Young Art Writers Project: Interview with Art-Ed Hero Tina M. Atkinson

Young Art Writers Project: Interview with Art-Ed Hero Tina M. Atkinson

By Michael Mitchell       (Number) Where do you teach and what grades do you teach? How long have you been teaching art?   (Tina Atkinson) I have been the art teacher at Percy Priest Elementary School in Nashville, Tennessee, ...