I recently gave a midday artist talk at the Columbus Cultural Art Center about my exhibit Brownie In Motion: traveling picture show. Luckily – since noon on a Thursday is hard for most people to go out to see art – the talk was recorded.
Header photograph courtesy of TJ Hansen.
During the opening reception of Brownie In Motion: Traveling Picture Show Channel 3 shot a lovely video about my exhibit. You can check out the final piece by clicking the box above.
If you haven’t had a chance to see the show yet, it will be up through March 19th at the Columbus Cultural Art Center. For more info, please see http://culturalartscenteronline.org/brownie_in_motion
Header photograph is courtesy of TJ Hansen.
A little while back, I was challenged by my friend Kellan Mangan to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and was happy to oblige.
Please take a look and support the work of Rachel Smith! Rachael’s project recently came to my attention when she donated to my indiegogo campaign, Brownie In Motion. Rachael is also in the midst of running a campaign to fund a creative project seeped in historical significance. Normandy: A World Apart is a documentary film that seeks to preserve the stories of WWII veterans, 70 years after the D-Day invasion of Normandy.
There are 3-days left in her team’s campaign, please share their project and consider donating today!
See Brownie in Motion as it travels across central Ohio, then help bring the world’s largest Brownie camera across the US by donating to the campaign at: