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MATTE: Jaimie Warren, “Can your four-year-old dance on stage with a drag queen?”

by Matthew Leifheit on November 11, 2013
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Jaimie Warren is an interdisciplinary artist with a snort-out-loud sense of humor. She started making self-portraits in 1998 as a way to entertain herself in Kansas City, Missouri, where she’s lived for the past fifteen years.

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AFC’s Guide to (e)merge: A Fair with a Local Focus

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Gabriela Vainsencher on October 2, 2013
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Not being a part of the Federal Government, the (e)merge art fair’s schedule to open its third edition in Washington, DC tomorrow will remain unchanged. This is a positive occurrence for the Washington community, and at least according AFC’s Paddy Johnson, who visited the fair in 2011 and 2012, despite a few caveats, it’s worth a visit.

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Give Me Back My Reblog Archives: Bringing An End To The Perpetual Rediscovery of Net Art

by Paddy Johnson on February 24, 2011
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A professional trend within university I don’t like: Professors who are given the responsibility of handling New Media departments simply because they have the most advanced Photoshop or Illustrator skills. This isn’t good for anyone. For one, it’s an unnecessary burden on teachers who don’t have the background to teach such courses. Like any other course, simply reading a book on the subject isn’t going to bring one up to date. For another, many arts and technology sites don’t make accessing online resources easy.

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