Art Matters! http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters Journal of the Southern Oregon Artists Resource Sat, 25 Apr 2015 16:23:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Emerging Photographer Antonio Brown at GoodBean http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/emerging-photographer-antonio-brown-at-goodbean/ http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/emerging-photographer-antonio-brown-at-goodbean/#comments Sat, 25 Apr 2015 16:23:49 +0000 http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/?p=98373 Antonio Brown Photographer/Filmmaker

The GoodBean is again pleased to host works by a young artist and new resident who is just beginning to exhibit his work! Antonio Brown is a photographer and filmmaker who grew up in Long Beach, CA. While he was in his freshman year of high school, he was walking home one day when he was jumped by a gang member. Soon after that, he decided to relocate to Jacksonville, Oregon and stay with his grandparents for a while. He thought maybe he could help them out, but as it goes with grandparents, they helped him out too and taught him a lot about life.

Antonio attended South High in Medford. Currently, he is in his final year at Long Beach State University. Lots of work and lots of learning, he is enjoying the wonderful experience. Brown’s photography goal is to capture places and people in their

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Antonio Brown        

Photographer/Filmmaker

The GoodBean is again pleased to host works by a young artist and new resident who is just beginning to exhibit his work! Antonio Brown is a photographer and filmmaker who grew up in Long Beach, CA. While he was in his freshman year of high school, he was walking home one day when he was jumped by a gang member. Soon after that, he decided to relocate to Jacksonville, Oregon and stay with his grandparents for a while. He thought maybe he could help them out, but as it goes with grandparents, they helped him out too and taught him a lot about life.

Antonio attended South High in Medford. Currently, he is in his final year at Long Beach State University. Lots of work and lots of learning, he is enjoying the wonderful experience. Brown’s photography goal is to capture places and people in their moment while expressing and telling their stories. He feels blessed to display his photographs in a few local galleries, allowing him to continue and develop his art while finishing college.

Whenever possible, Antonio loves to visit Jacksonville, where he helps his grandparents, visits his little sister, and captures what he hopes you’ll agree are provocative photographs. He says the people in Jacksonville were and are wonderful to him, and it will always be his second home. He thanks you for taking your time to view and share in his passion for art.

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3: Mini-Sode! 50 Shades of Grey http://artisticactivism.org/2015/04/3-mini-sode-50-shades-of-grey/ http://artisticactivism.org/2015/04/3-mini-sode-50-shades-of-grey/#comments Fri, 24 Apr 2015 13:30:54 +0000 http://artisticactivism.org/?p=5689 50 Shades of Grey, a series of books and a movie dealing with “deviant” or non-normative sex. And yet, also an internationally top selling book and motion picture box office sensation! We took a group of 23 sex work activists to see 50 Shades of Grey in Cape Town, South Africa. Steve and Steve give […]

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The Pop Culture Salvage Expeditions 50 Shades of Grey

50 Shades of Grey, a series of books and a movie dealing with “deviant” or non-normative sex. And yet, also an internationally top selling book and motion picture box office sensation! We took a group of 23 sex work activists to see 50 Shades of Grey in Cape Town, South Africa. Steve and Steve give a quick rundown on some key lessons learned.

Note: this episode was recorded while Steve and Steve were still in South Africa. Pat will be back next time!

Two Quick Favors:

  1. Tell a friend about the show, rate/review it on iTunes or wherever you get podcasts.
  2. What would you like us to do in a future show? How do you like the show. Drop us a line on the artisticactivism.org site or @artsactivism on twitter

Show Notes & Links


Music: The Reigning Sound, “Stick Up for Me” courtesy of the Free Music Archive

More on the Center for Artistic Activism at artisticactivism.org, Stephen Duncombe at stephenduncombe.com, Patricia Jerido on Twitter, and Steve Lambert at visitsteve.com

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Unwired http://winstonunleashed.blogspot.com/2015/04/unwired.html http://winstonunleashed.blogspot.com/2015/04/unwired.html#comments Fri, 24 Apr 2015 03:16:00 +0000 http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/?guid=7cc643778f27995be59e1bbb49ac1e2d This pole was taken along the railroad tracks in Talent, Oregon on a dramatically cloudy day.

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This pole was taken along the railroad tracks in Talent, Oregon on a dramatically cloudy day.

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Going Mobile http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MargaretStermer-cox/~3/oJ4R3wVo5_0/ http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MargaretStermer-cox/~3/oJ4R3wVo5_0/#comments Fri, 24 Apr 2015 00:57:19 +0000 http://stermer-cox.com/?p=1343 My webmaster and I are upgrading this blog to be more mobile-friendly.  The changes we are making will make the blog easier to load and see on mobile platforms.   Naturally, having the blog load fast and easy on desktop and laptop computers is always desirable.  That capability remains. Just for fun, I'm including one of […]

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My webmaster and I are upgrading this blog to be more mobile-friendly.  The changes we are making will make the blog easier to load and see on mobile platforms.  

Naturally, having the blog load fast and easy on desktop and laptop computers is always desirable.  That capability remains.

Just for fun, I'm including one of my recent paintings, "Old School, New School".   It seems appropriate.  New school in this case is a mobile ready blog!


Old School, New School

 

By the way, "Old School, New School" earned an award at the recent Watercolor Society of Oregon's Spring Aqueous Exhibition.  For more about the award, please see my "News & Events" page.  

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DIY – Make Coasters From Old CD’s http://www.mypaperarts.com/2015/04/23/diy-make-coasters-from-old-cds/ http://www.mypaperarts.com/2015/04/23/diy-make-coasters-from-old-cds/#comments Thu, 23 Apr 2015 19:31:32 +0000 http://www.mypaperarts.com/?p=2531 I enjoy entertaining in my new-to-me home. With the constant flow of friends and family, I realized that I needed additional coasters to protect my wood tables. I had some old coasters, but I wanted something artistic that went with … Continue reading

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I enjoy entertaining in my new-to-me home. With the constant flow of friends and family, I realized that I needed additional coasters to protect my wood tables. I had some old coasters, but I wanted something artistic that went with my decor, so decided to make my own coasters.

These coasters are made from old CD's and recycled paper. They even work well for putting under a vase of flowers.

These coasters are made from old CD’s and recycled paper. They even work well for putting under a vase of flowers.

I had a bunch of old CD’s that I had kept hoping to find an art project I could use them on. Perfect coaster size! A little experimentation and now I have a new set of coasters.

This coaster made from an old CD and recycled paper is a perfect to protect my wood end tables.

This coaster made from an old CD and recycled paper is a perfect to protect my wood end table.

I love finding ways to upcycle things that were destined to go into the landfill into something that is useful and artistic too.

My dining table is oak and my favorite placemats are a little small to hold a dinner plate and my mug of tea. My coaster made from an old CD is the perfect solution.

My dining table is oak and my favorite placemats are a little small to hold a dinner plate and my mug of tea. My coaster made from an old CD is the perfect solution.

I made my coasters by covering the CD’s with a recycled handmade paper. The paper I bought years ago. It is made from corn cobs, newspaper and  homework.

I used recycled handmade paper to cover old CD's and transform them into coasters.

I used recycled handmade paper to cover old CD’s and transform them into coasters. Be sure to seal the coasters before using.

1. Cut two pieces of paper, one 6″ in diameter and one 4.5″ in diameter for each coaster.

2. Apply acrylic matte medium to the back side of the 6″ paper and place an old CD in the center.

3. Cut slits in the paper about every half inch around the CD, then wrap them around the back side of the CD one by one.

4. Paint acrylic matte medium on the back side of the 4.5” circle and place it over the back side of the CD.

5. You now have a coaster. Coat the coaster (first one side, then the other) with 2 to 4 coats of acrylic matte medium to seal and protect the coaster from moisture.

Hint: Putting the coaster on the top of a glass or jar (smaller than the coaster), then painting one side and letting it dry before painting the other side makes the job less messy.

Mugs, each with their own handmade coaster from an old CD is perfect for entertaining on Earth Day.

Mugs, each with their own handmade coaster from an old CD is perfect for entertaining on Earth Day.

Note: I like the look and feel of a matte finish on my coasters. A matte finish will also be less slippery. However, you could use a gloss finish if you prefer.

Enjoy, Candy

 

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Studio Snapshot – Spring Heart Garland http://www.mypaperarts.com/2015/04/20/studio-snapshot-spring-heart-garland/ http://www.mypaperarts.com/2015/04/20/studio-snapshot-spring-heart-garland/#comments Mon, 20 Apr 2015 21:38:44 +0000 http://www.mypaperarts.com/?p=2592 I made a wonderful green heart garland for St. Patrick’s Day. I kept it draped over my dining room chandelier, for over a month now because I thought the green reminded me emerging green leaves of spring. Now, however, the flowers have … Continue reading

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I made a wonderful green heart garland for St. Patrick’s Day. I kept it draped over my dining room chandelier, for over a month now because I thought the green reminded me emerging green leaves of spring. Now, however, the flowers have started blooming and I decided I want bolder flower colors decorating my home. So, this week I made myself a new Spring Heart Garland.

My Spring Heart Garland has bright colors that remind me Spring flowers that are now blooming.

My Spring Heart Garland has bright colors that remind me Spring flowers that are now blooming.

This is the beginning of my Spring Heart Garland. I start at the bottom and work up.

This is the beginning of my Spring Heart Garland. I start at the bottom.

For my Spring Heart Garland, I fold 2 hearts in half sew them together.

For my Spring Heart Garland, I fold 2 hearts in half sew them together as you can see above.

My Spring Heart Garland, now about 9 feet in length, is finished

My Spring Heart Garland, now about 9 feet in length, is finished

I find the colors uplifting.

Instructions for making a Heart Garland are on my blog post: DIY St. Patrick’s Day Paper Garland.

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We Take Over the Perceiving Freedom Sculpture in Cape Town http://artisticactivism.org/2015/04/we-takeover-the-perceiving-freedom-sculpture-in-cape-town/ http://artisticactivism.org/2015/04/we-takeover-the-perceiving-freedom-sculpture-in-cape-town/#comments Sun, 19 Apr 2015 18:02:18 +0000 http://artisticactivism.org/?p=5659 Working with several advocates for the decriminalization of sex work, we took over the controversial sculpture “Perceiving Freedom” in Cape Town. The action was the culmination of our School for Creative Activism workshop in Cape Town. Selected Press This is Africa – Sex Workers Protest African Seer – Sex At the Specs – Sex Workers […]

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Working with several advocates for the decriminalization of sex work, we took over the controversial sculpture “Perceiving Freedom” in Cape Town. The action was the culmination of our School for Creative Activism workshop in Cape Town.

Selected Press

Press release below

Images

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SELFIES TO PARLIAMENT: SEX AT THE SPECS

The “Perceiving Freedom” glasses sculpture on Cape Town’s Sea Point promenade looking towards Robben Island, commemorates late President Nelson Mandela and the values of freedom and equality. Human rights activists, including from Sonke Gender Justice, Sisonke Sex Workers Movement and SWEAT, will be honouring the lives lost in the “Sizzlers massacre”1 that took place in 2003 when nine men—seven sex workers—were murdered in Sea Point. The activists will erect a three meter mirror in front of the spectacles, symbolically directing the spectator’s gaze westwards towards where the Sizzlers gay massage parlour used to operate from.

The demonstration will raise awareness about the harmful laws used against sex workers in South Africa and the rest of the continent. Twelve years since the Sizzler massacre—and more than 20 years into democracy—South Africa still criminalises sex work and by doing so increases violence, discrimination, and intolerance against sex workers. Furthermore, the criminalisation impedes national responses to HIV. UNAIDS reports that female sex workers are 13.5 times more likely to be living with HIV than other women.

The criminalisation of sex work drives sex workers underground and increases stigma, which creates obstacles for sex workers to access vital health, legal, and social services. Considered criminals, sex workers are vulnerable to human rights violations and even violent death. Just two weeks ago, a sex worker was brutally murdered in Woodstock, Cape Town.

Activists will create a “spectacle at the spectacles”, encouraging passers-by to interact with sex workers and ask them questions. They will be invited to take selfies to tweet government officials demanding the decriminalisation of sex work. Pictures from the day will be available at the hashtags ‪#‎spexxx‬ and ‪#‎decrimsexwork‬.

Media Contacts:
Ruvimbo Tenga – Sisonke Sex Worker Movement – 072 885 6141
Marlise Richter – Sonke Gender Justice – marlise@genderjustice.org.za
Lesego Tlhwale – SWEAT – 021 448-7875

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We Take Over the Perceiving Freedom Sculpture in Cape Town http://artisticactivism.org/2015/04/we-takeover-the-perceiving-freedom-sculpture-in-cape-town/ http://artisticactivism.org/2015/04/we-takeover-the-perceiving-freedom-sculpture-in-cape-town/#comments Sun, 19 Apr 2015 18:02:18 +0000 http://artisticactivism.org/?p=5659 Working with several advocates for the decriminalization of sex work, we took over the controversial sculpture “Perceiving Freedom” in Cape Town. The action was the culmination of our School for Creative Activism workshop in Cape Town. Selected Press This is Africa – Sex Workers Protest African Seer – Sex At the Specs – Sex Workers […]

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Working with several advocates for the decriminalization of sex work, we took over the controversial sculpture “Perceiving Freedom” in Cape Town. The action was the culmination of our School for Creative Activism workshop in Cape Town.

Selected Press

Press release below

Images

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SELFIES TO PARLIAMENT: SEX AT THE SPECS

The “Perceiving Freedom” glasses sculpture on Cape Town’s Sea Point promenade looking towards Robben Island, commemorates late President Nelson Mandela and the values of freedom and equality. Human rights activists, including from Sonke Gender Justice, Sisonke Sex Workers Movement and SWEAT, will be honouring the lives lost in the “Sizzlers massacre”1 that took place in 2003 when nine men—seven sex workers—were murdered in Sea Point. The activists will erect a three meter mirror in front of the spectacles, symbolically directing the spectator’s gaze westwards towards where the Sizzlers gay massage parlour used to operate from.

The demonstration will raise awareness about the harmful laws used against sex workers in South Africa and the rest of the continent. Twelve years since the Sizzler massacre—and more than 20 years into democracy—South Africa still criminalises sex work and by doing so increases violence, discrimination, and intolerance against sex workers. Furthermore, the criminalisation impedes national responses to HIV. UNAIDS reports that female sex workers are 13.5 times more likely to be living with HIV than other women.

The criminalisation of sex work drives sex workers underground and increases stigma, which creates obstacles for sex workers to access vital health, legal, and social services. Considered criminals, sex workers are vulnerable to human rights violations and even violent death. Just two weeks ago, a sex worker was brutally murdered in Woodstock, Cape Town.

Activists will create a “spectacle at the spectacles”, encouraging passers-by to interact with sex workers and ask them questions. They will be invited to take selfies to tweet government officials demanding the decriminalisation of sex work. Pictures from the day will be available at the hashtags ‪#‎spexxx‬ and ‪#‎decrimsexwork‬.

Media Contacts:
Ruvimbo Tenga – Sisonke Sex Worker Movement – 072 885 6141
Marlise Richter – Sonke Gender Justice – marlise@genderjustice.org.za
Lesego Tlhwale – SWEAT – 021 448-7875

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Updated Class Schedule, Calls to Artists from Ashland Art Center! http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/updated-class-schedule-calls-to-artists-from-ashland-art-center/ http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/updated-class-schedule-calls-to-artists-from-ashland-art-center/#comments Fri, 17 Apr 2015 15:59:48 +0000 http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/?p=98534 Ashland Art Center logo Ashland Art Center Classes, Events and News

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CLASSES, EVENTS & NEWS


Please welcome Jennifer Alexander to AAC!


NEW ~ Get your Art On with Jennifer Alexander

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Saturday, April 18th
10:30 am to 12 noon
$10 drop in. Scholarships available. All Ages

 Art Camp With Denise Kester

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Four consecutive Wednesdays starting April 22
1 to 4 pm
$325 + $25 materials
More info Register with instructor

Botanical Printing and Dyeing with Jo Ann Manzone

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Saturday, April 25
10 to 3 pm
$45 + $20 Materials

More info  Register with teacher


Pottery on the Wheel with Stephanie Friedman

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4 consecutive Thursdays in May starting May 5
10:30 AM  to 12:30 PM
$80 + clay and firing fee

More Info Limit 6 students


Watercolor: ” In deeper pursuit”  with Elaine Frenett

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Fridays, April 24 – May 29
11 – 2pm
 $180
More info Register with instructor 541-944-2196

NEW ~ Etsy Workshop with Sunny Lindley

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Friday, May 8
3pm to 5 pm
$25 members, $30 General

New week for Summer Camps at AAC with Natalie Stawsky

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JUNE 22-26
JULY 27-31
AUGUST 17-21
$ 200
More info Register with instructor educationdirectoraac@gmail.com

Ashland’s Old-Fashioned 4th of July

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The Ashland Chamber Board and 4th of July Committee would like to announce the 2015 theme for this year’s parade -
Ashland’s Old-Fashioned 4th of July “Be Active, Live Healthy!”
This theme engages and emphasizes Ashland’s values of cultivating a healthy lifestyle.
Ashland has a deep history of honoring health and wellness and this theme sheds light on these community values.
Help the Ashland Chamber and entire Ashland community celebrate this theme through art.
Cash prizes will be awarded for the grand prize and runner-up. We welcome artists of all ages to participate.
Deadline: Artwork must be collected by Wednesday, April 29th at 5:00pm.
Submissions may be sent to: Ashland’s 4th of July Committee – PO Box 1360, Ashland OR 97520, delivered to the Chamber office at 110 E. Main Street (M-F, 9am to 5pm) or emailed to kelsey@ashlandchamber.com.
For questions concerning the contest, contact Kelsey Holderness at (541) 482-3486 ext. 104. The 4th of July committee, consisting of community volunteers, will select the winning design.
The winning design is then incorporated into the marketing and outreach for the event in addition to being the T-shirt design AND all entries will be displayed on our website with the artist’s name.
Prizes: Grand Prize – $250 CASH PRIZE, two T-Shirts showcasing the design and special VIP Seating for two at the bleachers in front of Zoey’s to watch the 4th of July Parade 2nd Place – $100 CASH PRIZE
All submissions will be featured on www.ashlandchamber.com


Logo Design Contest Calling all graphic designers!

The Arts Alliance of Southern Oregon needs a new logo that will be featured in promotional materials and the arts marketing campaign.
The logo should be in 2-3 colors but versatile enough to run in black and white in various sizes and formats and include the text: Arts Alliance of Southern Oregon.
Graphics should be inclusive of all of the arts (not only visual arts), if applicable.

 Designers should submit 1 – 3 proposals by May 1st, 2015 to artsallianceso@gmail.com


Contact us

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Please let us know what classes do you want to see happen at the Ashland Art Center.
Give us feedback, comments and ideas at educationdirectoraac@gmail.com

All Classes and Events held at Ashland Art Center unless otherwise specified.
Ashland Art Center, 357 E Main Street, Ashland, Oregon 97520
ashartcent@gmail.com

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Techniques in Palette Knife Painting Class Rescheduled – Spots Still Open! http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/techniques-in-palette-knife-painting-class-rescheduled-spots-still-open/ http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/techniques-in-palette-knife-painting-class-rescheduled-spots-still-open/#comments Fri, 17 Apr 2015 15:42:18 +0000 http://blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/?p=98531 We recently posted about a class that Silvia Trujillo will be teaching – Techniques in Palette Knife Painting – at the Rogue Gallery. Yesterday we received this update:

Winery Landscape by Silvia Trujillo Techniques in Palette Knife Painting has been rescheduled to May 2nd & 3rd, 11am-4pm.

The palette knife can render luscious texture and depth, while maintaining rich pure colors. In this class Silvia Trujillo will teach skills with the palette knife to enhance your work in value, design, and color harmony.

There are still a couple spots available for this fun class. Sign up now!

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We recently posted about a class that Silvia Trujillo will be teaching – Techniques in Palette Knife Painting – at the Rogue Gallery. Yesterday we received this update:

Silvia Trujillo winery landscape, plein air oil painted with palette knife technique
Winery Landscape by Silvia Trujillo
Techniques in Palette Knife Painting has been rescheduled to May 2nd & 3rd, 11am-4pm.

The palette knife can render luscious texture and depth, while maintaining rich pure colors. In this class Silvia Trujillo will teach skills with the palette knife to enhance your work in value, design, and color harmony.

There are still a couple spots available for this fun class. Sign up now!

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