As a director who works with modest budgets, I love seeing videos like this that are visually stunning and entertaining, yet don’t require big money to produce.
Dear Little Bobby: Moral Implications of Working at Whole Paycheck, Uneaten Peachby Little Bobby Tucker
Albuquerque, NM, US | Feb 4, 2016
Many men in this country—and around the world—have been brainwashed into thinking that cunnilingus is wrong/bad/gross.
Art Hurts, but That Doesn’t Mean You Have to Sufferby Jed Alexander
Davis, CA, US | Feb 3, 2016
So art-making is a struggle, and struggle is pain. There is the pain of the work itself. All work involves a certain amount of pain.
Getting Seen: Maximizing Your Album’s Online Visibility How to make sure it gets to as many music databases as possibleby Guest Blogger
Feb 2, 2016
While being proactive about populating music databases is just one small part of promoting your music, it is hugely important to an industry in which revenue from digital content has surpassed physical formats globally.
The Balloon Fiesta offers a photographer a challenge unlike any other – How do you photograph the most photographed event in the world? Why would you, some may say, but does an actor ignore Shakespeare because it has been done before?Read More
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Now, let’s hear it from them. From the members of Tricklock Company, the masterminds and puppeteers behind Revolutions International Theatre Festival.Read More
What will come with the conclusion of my 18-year art project? I’ve known the contexts, sites and framework in which I will work since 2000.Read More
Director Giorgio Testi has found a way to capture absent solid footing that a good show creates. Trying to dissect the shots on this video, I am convinced he often just strapped a GoPro onto a raccoon and threw it into the crowd.Read More
In my 25-year career as a creative, I have lost my passion and desire and feel that I am helping nobody.Read More
You might think that this would be best coming from a member of Tricklock Company, the hosts, curators, organizers, promoters, arbiters and chain-smokers behind Revolutions.Read More
Even when my quirks work against me, there is a strange comfort in knowing that no matter where I am in the country or in whose home I’m staying, I will always be revolted by the physical touch of knitted quilts.Read More