My kid waxes poetic on ArtPrize

by Stacy Walsh Now that the buzz surrounding ArtPrize is winding down, I wanted to take a moment to share my reflections.  This year was my first ArtPrize, and taking my kids to look at art (especially now that one of them is talking/communicative) was a new experience as well. Knowing I may want to … Continue reading

Smart spectacles and masterful manipulations: a look at the 3D Juror’s picks

by Tori Pelz ArtPrize goers are not unfamiliar, to say the least, with the role of spectacle in art. This year, we have been entertained by a shoddy sculpture of a lynched Sadam Hussein that was “censored,” prompting the artist to burn the work in a ridiculous gesture of martyrdom. We’ve been charmed by giant … Continue reading