I like to think that perhaps the art I left in this tiny time capsule will outweigh it's lack of mints, should it ever be found.
I was recently asked to give a few tutorials on how to Rothko like Rothko. Attached is a photo from said tutorial- it isn't perfect, but it isn't terrible either...
Many thanks to Nehemiah Dixon for including me in the crack team he assembled with:
Amy Braden, painter, organizer, visionary.
Liz Lessner, artist, maker, wearable electrics wizard.
David Ibata, painter, gentleman, scholar.
Charlene Gaddy Wallace, artist, sewing extraordinaire, educator.
And many thanks to CPDC and Capital One for sponsoring this chance to make great things happen! I look forward to sharing my knowledge and skills and being inspired by the Overlook and Congress Heights community in SE Washington, DC. CPDC and Capital One have launched the makerspace to...
Look for us at Capital One's new Makerspace in The Overlook at Oxon Run, 3700 9th St SE, Washington, DC 20032
Thanks JJ, for the awesome film screenings and talks at Red Dirt this past month!
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Many thanks to Red Dirt, Julia Walther, and Jon Fraser for the great Google analytics talk or the 24th! Jon and Julia really broke it down with their inside knowledge of both art and technology, making clear how best to reach, understand, and connect with modern audiences. Fascinating stuff, and great art as well!