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What’s Cookin at the Art21 Blog: A Weekly Index

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It’s on the table! Enjoy!

Where in the world are Art21 artists? Everywhere…and Nicole Caruth gives us the scoop.

Hrag introduces Ellen Pearlman, a Brooklyn & Beijing-based writer, curator, critic and film maker, who shares her thoughts about the notion of Art + Transformation in relation to China’s art scene.

What was Williamsburg like five years ago? Loren Munk of the DIY online program, the James Kalm Report, posts a video with the support of Chris Martin’s documentation.

Play Art Loud. DIY videos on Art Babble.

Welcome Dehlia Hannah, Art21′s latest Guest Blogger.

Roberta Fallon & Libby Rosof of TheArtBlog.org share their thoughts on Art + Transformation + Pop Culture and touch upon a wide range of things, including the art of Kara Walker and iPod ads.

Extra! Extra! Hot off the Online Press! Watch the latest Art21: Exclusive Jessica Stockholder | Becoming an Artist.

In this week’s Teaching with Contemporary Art, Joe Fusaro reviews Mark Slouka’s essay “Dehumanized: When math and science rule the school” from this month’s Harper’s Magazine.

Take a walk because there’s beauty out there! Artist Austin Thomas shares her thoughts about the transformative power of walking and its impact on her art practice.

What does it mean to ‘believe’ in science? It’s the 40th anniversary of the first human landing on the Moon…Dehlia Hannah writes about “On the Moon and Beyond” at the Streaming Museum.

Meet the Season 5 artist, Yinka Shonibare MBE and BOMB in the Building presents this interview by Anthony Downey with Shonibare.

Hrag wraps up the Transformation series with a look at America’s oldest artist colony, Provincetown, and how it has changed.


  1. S. Riggs says:

    This may seem nitpicky — I’m a librarian — but citing the photographic source as “Google Images” seems rather incomplete. You’re essentially citing the search engine used to find the item, but not the item location. You may as well cite everything as “Source: Google.”

    I can understand why one would want to use the picture — it’s so cute and caught my attention right away! — but I’m a little surprised for an Art blog that’s linked to PBS.

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