Articles by Lisa Anne Auerbach

Vegan cream cheese and tomato on a perfectly toasted sesame bagel at Mugshots in Philadelphia.

A Visit to Philadelphia

A Visit to Philadelphia

At what age is it appropriate to expose students to “difficult” works of art? Marcel Duchamp’s “Étant donnés” offers a case-in-point.

What else would you be thinking about anyhow?

An Artist’s Education

An Artist’s Education

Artist Lisa Anne Auerbach spends a skill-building weekend spinning fiber, taking improv classes, and discharging weapons at close range.

Bottom entry steam egg

Steam Season

Steam Season

L.A. artist Michael Parker built a large, mirrored, egg-shaped steam chamber that serves as an unlikely communal gathering spot.

I Can If I Want To by Arnold Lazarus Ph.D and Allen Fay M.D.

Inspiration! With Alyse Emdur!

Inspiration! With Alyse Emdur!

What do artists look at for inspiration? L.A. artist Alyse Emdur seeks out images that humanize political struggle through self-empowerment.

World Wide Web, a quilt by Daniel Marlos

Pirohi!

Pirohi!

Guest blogger Lisa Anne Auerbach visits Los Angeles artist Daniel Marlos, a photographer who makes quilts, gardens, and delicious Pirohi dumplings.

spindlesontable

A Visit to New Mexico

A Visit to New Mexico

Lisa Anne Auerbach visits New Mexico State University, where she meets art students, stages a fiber Spin-in, and wonders who the ‘stroker girls’ are.

Lake Michigan can sometimes look like the tropics.

The First Post

The First Post

Lisa Anne Auerbach shares highlights from her recent trip to Chicago, including a memorable encounter with an iconic Mike Kelley piece.