ayearswork:

no safe haven for zombies ever!

"#zombies ywzrc flannobrain"

Is this tag both zombies and a reference to Flann O’Brien?? (Because, if yes, there’d be little else more awesome.)

Everything collapses in pain. All eloquence springs from pain.

Author series by Ryan Sheffield. 1. Women authors

For sale on his Etsy Shop.

Yay Flannery O’Connor and Margaret Atwood.

(Source: bookporn)

Lets talk about art alright
1. Favourite artist(s)?
2. Favourite art movement(s)?
3. Favourite art period(s)?
4. Favourite art work(s)?
5. Favourite museum/gallery?
6. A museum/gallery you can’t wait to visit?
7. An author you advise everyone to read?
8. Favourite book on art?
9. Favourite artistic medium?
10. Favourite movie about art/an artist?
11. Tell us about an important artist from your country.
12. An artist you didn’t understand/didn’t care much for, but ended up loving?
13. An artist you didn’t like, or even hated, but found yourself loving?
14. Favourite art theorist/critic?
15. Favourite medium outside of the three Fine Arts (sculpture, painting, architecture)?
16. What do you think of the current state of art on the country you live in?
17. The art work/artist that has caused the greatest impression on you upon seeing it live?
18. The art work/artist that has caused the greatest disappointment on you upon seeing it live?
19. An artist/art work you’ve never seen live but would love to?
20. In your opinion, which country/city/place represents the most interesting artistic center?
21. An artist you would love to meet/have met?
22. An artist you absolutely hate? (Explain why)
23. Your favourite art controversy?
24. Your favourite quarrel by art historians/critics/artists?
25. Post an art work by an artist from your country.
26. Your least favourite art period/movement?
27. An artist you consider overrated?
28. An artist you consider underestimated?
29. The biggest spiritual experience you’ve had with a work of art/gallery/museum?
30. The best museum in your country? (for anyone visiting!)
31. If you could get your portrait done by one artist, any artist regardless of dead or alive, who would it be?
32. If you could get drunk with any artist at all, who would it be?
33. What do you think should be improved in the teaching of art history?
34. Favourite art quote (by whoever)?
35. A contemporary artist you think should get more attention?
36. An overrated contemporary artist?
37. Tell a random fact or curiosity about whatever artist.
cahi-iu:

2014/15 at CAHI: Margaret Atwood, and more…
We are delighted to announce that the great Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood will be visiting in February 2015 as a Ruth N. Halls Distinguished Lecturer. She will give a public presentation and reading, and will be available to sign books. We have also set aside ninety minutes in her visit for a students-only meeting with her. We hope you will encourage your students to attend, and that as many of us as is feasible will consider including work by Atwood on our spring 2015 syllabi.
A winner of many international literary awards, including the prestigious Booker Prize, Margaret Atwood is the author of more than forty volumes of poetry, children’s literature, fiction, and non-fiction. She is perhaps best known for her novels, which include The Edible Woman, The Handmaid’s Tale, The Robber Bride, Alias Grace, The Blind Assassin, Oryx and Crake, and The Year of the Flood. Atwood’s work has been published in more than forty languages, including Farsi, Japanese, Turkish, Finnish, Korean, Icelandic and Estonian. In 2004, she co-invented the LongPen, a remote signing device that allows someone to write in ink anywhere in the world via tablet PC and the internet. She is also a popular personality on Twitter, with over 500,000 followers.
In October, CAHI is teaming up with the Libraries and the Provost’s Office of Scholarly Publishing to host Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of Scholarly Communication at the Modern Language Association, and author of Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy (2011). Fitzpatrick is one of the best-informed and most creative minds tracking the transformations in scholarly publishing affecting us all. She will deliver a public presentation and will also help in the official opening of the new Scholars Commons in the Wells Library.
Photo of Margaret Atwood by George Whiteside.

cahi-iu:

2014/15 at CAHI: Margaret Atwood, and more…

We are delighted to announce that the great Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood will be visiting in February 2015 as a Ruth N. Halls Distinguished Lecturer. She will give a public presentation and reading, and will be available to sign books. We have also set aside ninety minutes in her visit for a students-only meeting with her. We hope you will encourage your students to attend, and that as many of us as is feasible will consider including work by Atwood on our spring 2015 syllabi.

A winner of many international literary awards, including the prestigious Booker Prize, Margaret Atwood is the author of more than forty volumes of poetry, children’s literature, fiction, and non-fiction. She is perhaps best known for her novels, which include The Edible Woman, The Handmaid’s Tale, The Robber Bride, Alias Grace, The Blind Assassin, Oryx and Crake, and The Year of the Flood. Atwood’s work has been published in more than forty languages, including Farsi, Japanese, Turkish, Finnish, Korean, Icelandic and Estonian. In 2004, she co-invented the LongPen, a remote signing device that allows someone to write in ink anywhere in the world via tablet PC and the internet. She is also a popular personality on Twitter, with over 500,000 followers.

In October, CAHI is teaming up with the Libraries and the Provost’s Office of Scholarly Publishing to host Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of Scholarly Communication at the Modern Language Association, and author of Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy (2011). Fitzpatrick is one of the best-informed and most creative minds tracking the transformations in scholarly publishing affecting us all. She will deliver a public presentation and will also help in the official opening of the new Scholars Commons in the Wells Library.

Photo of Margaret Atwood by George Whiteside.

Left my wallet at home. Forgot to pack a lunch.

Today’s going to be a great day..

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ian Francis

The Outsiders London

Friday 5th of September 2014 to Saturday 4th of October 2014

Ian Francis will make a guest appearance at The Outsiders London this September with Endless Summer, a unique showcase of intimate studies encapsulating a collection of multiple narratives and disparate moments in time.

Website

Now is this golden crown like a deep well
That owes two buckets, filling one another,
The emptier ever dancing in the air,
The other down, unseen and full of water:
That bucket down and full of tears am I,
Drinking my griefs, whilst you mount up on high.

(Source: nickdunnne)

markthompsonartist:

The last painting for the upcoming exhibition in Sweden

127 x 117cm
Oil on canvas
2014

markthompsonartist:

The last painting for the upcoming exhibition in Sweden

127 x 117cm

Oil on canvas

2014

onestarbookreview:

“Please don’t waste your time on this book. Read something from Michael Crichton instead.”

onestarbookreview:

Please don’t waste your time on this book. Read something from Michael Crichton instead.”

The first couple of books I’ve worked on as an editor are out this month! Even though, as an intern, “worked on” means mostly just proofing, I’m still excited to see them actually complete.

asexual-not-a-sexual:

Went to the Guggenheim and saw the current show on Italian Futurism. (One day before it comes down, aw yeah.)

It was super great, and had like 95% of the works I would wanna see in a show on Futurism. 

I love Futurist works, but, holy shit, I always forget what giant dicks those guys were. 

in-ner-side:

Egon Schiele  Hand

in-ner-side:

Egon Schiele
Hand