access+ENGAGE Issue 58.1: Art Inside Out
by aE 58.1: Art Inside Out
October 15, 2010
Highlights include a new jazz essay from Jeremy Walker, profiles of conceptual artist Joe Smith and film producer Christine Walker, a new mnLIT poem, a playwright's view on the Iveys, and more
In this issue: Art Inside Out
I need to tell you about all the great articles and essays in this issue - unexpected insiders' perspectives from theater, film, music, and visual art. But you know what? All I can think about is the new addition coming today to the mnartists.org team. Welcome to the world, baby Stulen. We're so happy you're here.
- HOMEPAGE: Highlights include a profile of conceptual artist Joe Smith, an essay on the privilege of the ear by jazz musician Jeremy Walker, playwright Max Sparber on who's missing from the annual Ivey Awards, and an interview with WercWerkWorks cofounder Christine Walker, addressing the question "So, what does a producer do, anyway?"
- NEWS YOU CAN USE: Current job postings, artist opportunities, available grants, and news from the arts & culture scene, drawn from mnartists.org's regularly updated community bulletin board
- YOU ARE HERE: Spooky film screenings, classes and workshops for youth and adults, new gallery exhibitions, music, theater, dance and more
PLUS: Rain Taxi's 10th Annual Twin Cities Book Festival is this Saturday
aE 58.1: Art Inside Out
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