In my recovery I’ve been reading a lot: online and books. I am trying to keep up with my “professional” reading as well as some reading for enjoyment. However, being a multidisicplinary artist my professional reading includes reading about music, writing, theatre, movement, and performance art. That makes for a lot of reading.
An issue that keeps coming up with much of this reading is the idea of specialization. Being a multidisciplinary artist I have mixed feelings about specialization in a creative practice. Continue reading
Ed and I are collaborating on a chapbook with Jackpine Press. The launch date is June 2008 and yes, there will be another reminder leading up to the launch. Continue reading
I’ll be reading at McNally Robinson Bookstore in Saskatoon on Monday, March 12, 2007 at 7pm in the Art Alcove. This reading is part of the Her-icane GoDiva Festival of Women’s Art. Continue reading
I have promised numerous times since I started writing here post-MA to talk more about my degree. However, the time that has passed since my degree has been odd and quite trying. Upon completion of my MA I had all the best intentions of continuing to work on my show splanchnologies as well as revisiting my dissertation in the hopes of doing more research on liminality and performance and perhaps sending in some article proposals to various magazines. Continue reading
Well, that last rant seemed to quiet down the comments a little on my blog. Ah well, I needed to get it out of my system :). You’ll all be happy to know that they turned the air conditioners on on Thursday morning after our vice principal spent an hour in the downstairs office. Continue reading
Last year, in a fit of needing to keep myself sane at work, I volunteered to be editor of the JET Women’s SIG magazine, Amaterasu. Continue reading
My friend James M (the writer, not to be confused with my friend James W, the artist) has tagged me! I’m it! The promised “Virtual Häagen Dazs Japanese Classic Parfait” will just have to wait.