Posts: Beyond

Take a tour of the public art projects on LA Metro’s Blue Line. Artists include Lynn Aldrich, Joe Sam, Terry Schoonhoven and many others.

- Meredith Tromble [Thursday, January 17th, 2002]

from the Saturday sound panel at Bus
a fascinating project using the bell form—

- amy berk [Saturday, December 22nd, 2001]

Those still intrigued by the hasty SFMOMA resignation of former director David Ross might find fodder in Dale Eastman’s thorough, if inconclusive, mild-on gossip article in the January 2002 issue of San Francisco magazine. They call it “The David Ross Affair.”

- Glen Helfand [Wednesday, December 19th, 2001]

this weekend.
Friday 21st at 8:30 features living on borrowed sound; no nuff’n;
snawklor; the emergency and soba ($8/$5)
Saturday 22nd 1 - 4:30 pm hear garth paine; ben harper; neil mcLachlan and
julian oliver speak to the problems surrounding sound installation practice (free)
Saturday 22nd 8:30 pm witness dworzec collaborations with chris smith; nicole
thibault; justin fuller; dylan krasevec; ai yamamoto + CD launch: MASH ($8/$5)

bus is an artist run space located at 117 Little Lonsdale St. Melbourne, Australia
for more info: t/f (03) 9662 2442 +

- amy berk [Wednesday, December 19th, 2001]

founder Gary Kornblau tells why he done it and why he’s not doin’ it anymore…

- Meredith Tromble [Monday, December 17th, 2001]

The anticipated need for harder to come by funding has left California with one less art publication. Citing the desire to “be a model of how to bow out gracefully, and leave art to those who love it,” the Los Angeles-based Art Issues journal ceased publication on December 8.

- Glen Helfand [Thursday, December 13th, 2001]

From the editors