Posts Tagged ‘Critical Engagement’
In praise of Critical Engagement

I was recently prompted to blog about this by an exchange I had with Julia who writes the immensely enjoyable Historic Fibers blog. I recently enjoyed her post about Art Appreciation, though I disagree with her admittedly tongue-in-cheek assertion that the way to deal with inscrutable artworks is to maintain that they are ‘about the […]


Last week saw the Feedback Shed books going into the post for all the artists involved with Magic Hour. Additionally, a small group of us came together to discuss The Fantastical Reality Radio Show, making the whole week feedbacktastic. Feedback Shed book. Working on the book has been a real process of valuing commentary and […]

NaBloPoMo and Not Liking…

I was just reading over on Ysolda’s blog about NaBloPoMo. The idea is to post every day of this month. Obviously I missed posting yesterday, but I remember doing the advent calendar last year during December, and how much fun it was to post stuff everyday, so I will try and stick to that this […]

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