14. 04. 2013

RARW’s Podcast

Our first ever Podcast! Every month we will bring you the newest in art, music and culture.Follow our podcast available on iTunes! We will be bringing you original content in podcasts every month,...

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11. 04. 2013

Symbiotically Creative: A profile of artist Amber Stucke

  “I started in 2009 and I have been basically obsessed with it … it’s not fulfilled yet.” -Amber Stucke on her Symbiosis series Amber Stucke’s art is so detailed it takes a...

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10. 04. 2013

RARW’s 3rd Anniversary

RARW Celebrates its 3rd Anniversary! Rogue Art Research & Writing (RARW) was created in late 2009 by Andrea Steedman and Evan Senn. Growing from a broadsheet art newsletter into where it exists today,...

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10. 04. 2013

A Virtual Studio Visit with Yevgeniya Mikhailik

Artist, Yevgeniya Mikhailik explores the intimate scenes in a child’s dreamland, through watercolors, ink and graphite on clayboard… Mikhailik is still in her MFA education at CSU Long Beach, but she is finishing...

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10. 04. 2013

The Photographic Majesty of Mike Brodie

Mike Brodie takes us on a documentary journey into vagabond adolescence and innocent gypsy adventures. The intimate moments of a group of homeless teenagers are gingerly recorded in “A Period of Juvenile Prosperity,”...

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10. 04. 2013

Participate at the Santa Cruz MAH

Interview and article by Andrea Steedman Participation. Whereas performance art is passé, and conceptual art is ancient news, participatory art is still going strong. No more watching, the users of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram...

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10. 04. 2013

The Painter’s Edge: How to Gesso

With Michael Carini Michael Carini received his artistic training in Los Angeles, studying at Loyola Marymount University while simultaneously serving as an apprentice under respected artists Jane Brucker and Roland Reiss. Graduating at...

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10. 04. 2013

Raw Power Writings: Death Hymn Number 9

Raw Power Writings with Simon Weedn DEATH HYMN NUMBER 9 The first time I saw Death Hymn Number 9, their bass player wasn’t there and their guitar player broke several strings about three...

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10. 04. 2013

Travel Poetry

Loud Music and an Open Road By Seth A. Tribble Cracked pavement driving drums Finding focus in rolling landscape melodies Voices blended like tree trunks and telephone poles Passing at 70 miles an...

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10. 04. 2013

Behind the Scenes

Nestled into a canopy of trees and near a quiet running creek lies the unpretentious campus of American River College in Sacramento, California. It is one my favorite places, so conducive to the...

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10. 04. 2013

Death to All and Sweet Relief

The choice to pursue one’s musical talents is often a risky dream. With the immense changes in the music industry over the past few decades limiting how musicians make money, and one of...

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07. 04. 2013

Featured Comrades: 48 x 14

48 x 14 on 4/20  at Studio 11 4621 W. Washington Blvd, Los Angels, CA 90016 artists@48×14.com www.48×14.com www.48×14.com http://studio11la.co/   April 20th 2013 A group exhibition featuring the work of 14 Southern...

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