Keep Art Happening (1)

Supporting artists, establishing vital connections, and strengthening the region’s creative economy. You see, I do feel that this arts/health thing we’re all part of, is by its very nature, a grass roots movement, not something that you can impose standardisation on, and yet it seems the free-marketeers are gaining ground and soon everything we do will only be sanctioned if it meets the standards of the politburo – standards dictated by those pale-faced marketeers – and never – absolutely never – those artists, free-thinkers and activists that make up the movement.

Over the years, I’ve written & re-written so many different CVs for different projects & hosts that trying to look through all the different PDFs & files to update them has gotten to be chore that I don’t have the bandwidth for, especially when they ask for skill-specific CVs.

There are so many thoughts that pop into my head for blogging & writing & recording & podcasting that I really need to have a dedicated multimedia assistant working with me on a regular basis to get more of this $h!# out to you on a more regular basis.

The Rich Mouseā€ is a hand-bound, limited letterpress edition of the nearly-lost short story by woodcut artist J. J. Lankes, accompanied by his woodcut illustrations and printed on his 1848 Hoe Washington iron handpress here at the Tampa Book Arts Studio.

With ARTS as a human resources partner, you can access the best talent on the market. Einstein has been well-quoted as saying that insanity is doing the same thing over & over and expecting a different result. The arts represent an outlet of expression that is usually influenced by culture and which in turn helps to change culture.

The Eye Of Pictures

29/09/2020