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Studio Artifacts: Alexis Arnold
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Studio Artifacts: Alexis Arnold

Studio Artifacts is an interview series, which invites artists to select, examine, and discuss some of the significant items they keep in their workspace and gives readers an intimate glimpse into their practice. Alexis Arnold is a San Francisco-based artist who uses natural and manmade materials to explore time, transformation, and visual experience. TUBE. Magazine: … Continue reading

A Concept of Glass
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A Concept of Glass

Citizen of Glass is an exploration of fragility, paranoia, and transparency. Danish musician Agnes Obel created the album to experiment with the German concept “gläserner bürger,”  or a human of glass. “I know I can’t communicate everything with music,” she says with a laugh, speaking over the background sounds of the Berlin cafe she is calling … Continue reading

Look Inside Woman’s March.
Adventures / Local Love / Out and About / sacramento / Things to do / Things to do Around Town. / Words.

Look Inside Woman’s March.

Across the world, thousands of people gathered on Saturday, January 21, 2017, for the Woman’s March; a day of activism promoting both woman and human rights.  The Sacramento event was one of 643 marches across the globe held for those who were unable to make it to Washington D.C. or that wanted to protest in their own … Continue reading

Tele Novella, Bellygunner, The Rippers, Ghoul School.
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Tele Novella, Bellygunner, The Rippers, Ghoul School.

December 7, 2016, The Red Museum, located in Sacramento CA, hosted a benefit show to help those affected by the recent fire at the Ghost Ship artist warehouse in Oakland, CA. Sacramento-based pop-rock cuties, Ghoul School, kicked off the night, warming up the crowd with dreamy songs such as “Dogsong”. The Rippers followed Ghoul School with a … Continue reading