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Hiraeth garners great response

On view at USF’s Thacher Gallery, Hiraeth is a group exhibition of works by 3.9 Art Collective artists, curated by Rhiannon MacFadyen, and including works by ASC artists Rodney Ewing and Tim Roseborough. The exhibition has gotten great response, bringing

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Hiraeth garners great response

On view at USF’s Thacher Gallery, Hiraeth is a group exhibition of works by 3.9 Art Collective artists, curated by Rhiannon MacFadyen, and including works by ASC artists Rodney Ewing and Tim Roseborough. The exhibition has gotten great response, bringing

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[Relay] Art Without Market

Art without Market, Art without Education: Political Economy of Art By Anton Vidokle | e-flux Journal After all, what is the expertise of a contemporary artist? Perhaps a certain type of passionate hobbyism, a committed amateurism, is okay: after all, we still

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[Relay] Art Without Market

Art without Market, Art without Education: Political Economy of Art By Anton Vidokle | e-flux Journal After all, what is the expertise of a contemporary artist? Perhaps a certain type of passionate hobbyism, a committed amateurism, is okay: after all, we still

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ASC Founder in The New Asterisk Magazine

Interview with Rhiannon MacFadyen in The New Asterisk magazine Our ASC Founder, along with Anthony Discenza and Nick Lally, discuss the Bay Area arts divide and tech 2.0 in Arts: Bridging The Gap. [ Read the article online ]

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ASC Founder in The New Asterisk Magazine

Interview with Rhiannon MacFadyen in The New Asterisk magazine Our ASC Founder, along with Anthony Discenza and Nick Lally, discuss the Bay Area arts divide and tech 2.0 in Arts: Bridging The Gap. [ Read the article online ]

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Profile: Mark Baugh-Sasaki

Using both natural and industrial materials, Mark Baugh-Sasaki creates fantastical sculptures which examine the relationship between humans and the environment. In an effort to make viewers more aware of their relationship to the natural world, his sculptures highlight the impact

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Profile: Mark Baugh-Sasaki

Using both natural and industrial materials, Mark Baugh-Sasaki creates fantastical sculptures which examine the relationship between humans and the environment. In an effort to make viewers more aware of their relationship to the natural world, his sculptures highlight the impact

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Profile: Tim Roseborough

As a member of the “Bay Area Digitalist” movement—a group of artists heavily influenced by the environment of Silicon Valley—Tim Roseborough’s work comments on the prevalence of screen media that permeates all aspects of contemporary life and culture and the

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Profile: Tim Roseborough

As a member of the “Bay Area Digitalist” movement—a group of artists heavily influenced by the environment of Silicon Valley—Tim Roseborough’s work comments on the prevalence of screen media that permeates all aspects of contemporary life and culture and the

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Closing Reception for Group Show

Celebrate Our First Show at the Closing Reception May 18, 7-10pm Join A Simple Collective on Saturday, May 18, for a Closing Reception celebrating the group show featuring works by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Helen Bayly, Susan O’Malley, Tim Roseborough, and Lauren

Installation view of group exhibition (Photo by Tim Roseborough)

Closing Reception for Group Show

Celebrate Our First Show at the Closing Reception May 18, 7-10pm Join A Simple Collective on Saturday, May 18, for a Closing Reception celebrating the group show featuring works by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Helen Bayly, Susan O’Malley, Tim Roseborough, and Lauren

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Statements: Tim Roseborough’s Singing Garden

Inspired by 19th Century botanical illustration, Singing Garden features a virtual, moonlit water garden in which the plants flourish to the tones of the singing voice. Singing Garden is a response to the critical eye I cast on video game

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Statements: Tim Roseborough’s Singing Garden

Inspired by 19th Century botanical illustration, Singing Garden features a virtual, moonlit water garden in which the plants flourish to the tones of the singing voice. Singing Garden is a response to the critical eye I cast on video game