Number: 103

I Want To Remember You. Art in Paying Attention.

I Want To Remember You. Art in Paying Attention.

By Conner Delgado       I started this in February. It was going to be about the last pre-pandemic art crawl in Nashville. I’m writing this in July now. My family was almost homeless last month and now we’re living in a house with ...

An Interview with Brian Dettmer

An Interview with Brian Dettmer

By Jacqueline Knirnschild         Using clamps, knives, tweezers and surgical tools, artist Brian Dettmer meticulously transforms vintage books into carved-out sculptures that reveal and enliven the intricacies of image and ...

A love letter to myself from 2026 / a love letter from myself in 2026

A love letter to myself from 2026 / a love letter from myself in 2026

By Liz Clayton Scofield         Dear –   Hi! I’m writing you from the place you’ve been yearning for. I’ve included a map for your reference, some kind of guide to arrive at this Possible-Future. I know from ...

Digital in the Delta

Digital in the Delta

By Scott Whiteley Carter           How do you host an annual art exhibit when you do not have galleries?    That was a question faced by the Arkansas Arts Center (AAC) in Little Rock, Arkansas, as it looked toward the ...

Lubbock, Texas: We’re Still Here

Lubbock, Texas: We’re Still Here

By Cody Arnall             Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, two new art groups have provided Lubbock, Texas, with engaged programming and thought-provoking exhibitions. CO-OPt Research and Projects, an artist-run ...

Points South: A Conversation with Allyson Comstock

Points South: A Conversation with Allyson Comstock

By Evan D. Williams       Allyson Comstock is an artist and retired art professor based in east central Alabama. In the austral summer of 2013, she deployed to Palmer Station in Antarctica under the auspices of the National ...