Caring for the IMA Loans at IUPUI
Here’s a blog post on the IMA’s Blog by Abbott Nixon, a summer intern working for me in the Objects & Variable Art Lab.
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How is it that the di Suvero is on this list for the MKE, but not the Bronze Fonz?
I'm definitely upside down on my e-mail but I will... →
Counting Our (Preservation) Blessings
A great blog post by IMA curator Bradley Brooks about caring for the IMA’s Miller House & Garden in Columbus, IN.
Uncle Rico, please.
There’s lots of talk about Saint Manning not playing the first game of the season. Here’s hoping Uncle Rico gets a shot at his dream this year in Indy. And when I say Uncle Rico, I mean Jeff George.
News in Conservation by IIC →
sofielh: The newsletter from IIC is now available in digital form. For non members the newest edition is free to download.
“People are Knowledge” by Achal R. Prabhala. A film that explores the role oral history plays in our building of knowledge and wisdom using Wikipedia. For the article in the NYT check out “When Knowledge Isn’t Written, Does It Still Count?” by Noam Cohen.
Wow! Contemporary Art Truck Closes Down and so...
While I’ve enjoyed keeping track of my amigo and former IMA intern (and Tara Donovan caretaker extraordinaire), Ben Valentine, on Contemporary Art Truck I totally understand his decision to shut down his blog. Read his parting words and consider his move to Wikipedia.
Roy Lichtenstein's "Three Brushstrokes" Being...
Here’s a link to the lengthy story in the Los Angeles Times. I’m looking forward to hearing more about what comes of this project, specifically the “Outdoor Painted Surfaces” program. Note, also, that the Getty recently published “Conserving Outdoor Sculpture,” which details the conservation work that was completed on the other pieces in the Stark...
Is Wikipedia Losing Editors? →
IMA Concession Stand to Get Into Nature →