Writing Workshop with Roberta Fallon
Saturday, March 28 /// 2-3:30PM /// Fabric Workshop Museum
Join Artblog founder, editor, and writer Roberta Fallon for a free art writing workshop. Fallon will discuss her approach to looking, talking and writing about art and lead participants through observational writing exercises. This workshop will focus on Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck’s exhibition, A Hatchet to Kill Old Ugly on view at the Fabric Workshop Museum.
The St.Claire Guest Edits the Artblog
During the month of April The St.Claire will taking over operations as guest editors of The Artblog. Stay tuned for a new editorial vision, fresh features, diffused focus, and SURPRISES.
Panel Discussion: The Cursed Blessing of the Philadelphia Art Writer
Thursday, April 9 /// 6-7:30PM /// AUX Performance Space
What role does art writing play in Philadelphia? Who writes and why do they do it? As part of a public forum, a panel of writers, editors, artists, and curators will address the current state of art writing in Philadelphia and discuss the ideas for the medium’s future.
Kat Buckley, Writer, Paperclips215
Jacob Feige, Editor, Title Magazine
Edith Newhall, Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Bree Pickering, Director, Vox Populi Gallery
Sid Sachs, Director of Exhibitions, University of the Arts
Moderated by Suzanne Seesman, Co-director, St.Claire
St.Claire Writing Workshop
Saturday, April 11 /// 1-2:00PM /// AUX Performance Space
Join the editors of The St.Claire for a writing workshop. This workshop will focus on the exhibitions currently on view at Vox Populi Gallery and will examine different approaches to art writing.
A Better Way to Talk About Art?
The Successes and Failures of The Form Review
Thursday, April 16 /// 6-7:30PM /// AUX Performance Space
Matt Kalasky (Co-Director, The St.Claire ) and Hammam Aldouri (PhD Candidate, CRMEP Kingston University) debate the pros and cons of the St.Claire’s Form Review method. Using the Form Review as a starting point, Kalasky and Aldouri will host a discussion on the role of art criticism in Philadelphia addressing questions of function, purpose, and audience.
Entries For New Art Writing Challenge Due
Saturday, April 18 at 11:59PM
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Writing Art and Life
Wednesday, May 6 /// 6:30-8:00PM /// ICA Philadelphia
Join writer and critic Becky Huff Hunter at the Institute of Contemporary Art to explore how art writing and life writing intersect and inform each other. Discuss criticism, fiction, and nonfiction readings and tell your own personal stories in this event, which is part of a four-session spring/summer workshop held on "The Porch," an active installation by artist Heather Hart, part of the ICA exhibition Do/Tell.