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Sourwood Reading Series Continues Tomorrow Night!

Sourwood Reading Series Continues Tomorrow Night!

Join us tomorrow night at The Newsstand on Main St. for this month's Sourwood Reading featuring Alex Muller. Alex Muller has lived in one or more of the Carolinas for over a decade. He graduated from Winthrop University in 2014, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the...

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Friday AM Discussion: March 24, 2017

Friday AM Discussion: March 24, 2017

Who's Afraid of Modern Art? by Daniel Siedell Chapter Six, "The Poetics of Modern Art" (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) From previous discussion: "The relationship of the modern artist to the past begins...with the experience of rupture and...

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Artist Interview: Craig Morrow

Artist Interview: Craig Morrow

Next weekend, Legal Remedy Brewery is celebrating the coming of Spring with a Spring Recess. One of the Friday Arts Project's artists, Craig Morrow, was a part of designing the look of the event, including the logo and design so we definitely wanted to take the...

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Friday AM Discussion – March 17, 2017

Friday AM Discussion – March 17, 2017

This morning we read a section of "Who's Afraid of Modern Art?" entitled The Wonderful Contradictions of Abstract Painting. Here's an excerpt: "New York City, 1990 My approach to abstract painting changed nearly twenty-five years ago during a conversation with an...

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Friday AM Discussion – March 10, 2017

Friday AM Discussion – March 10, 2017

Who's Afraid of Modern Art? by Daniel Siedell Chapter Six, "The Poetics of Modern Art" (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) Quotes: "...I had heard and read from biologist Stephen Jay Gould and psychologist Steven Pinker, evolution did not...

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Friday AM Discussion – March 3, 2017

Friday AM Discussion – March 3, 2017

Who's Afraid of Modern Art? by Daniel Siedell Chapter Six, "The Poetics of Modern Art" (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) From previous discussion: "The relationship of the modern artist to the past begins...with the experience of rupture and...

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