Daniel has created a ton of beautiful things for PMF! Here are an assortment of wooden spoons, fork, and spatulas. Available for $10-14 each.
YO my bro and i are embarking on an etsy-esque adventure (sans etsy) of selling our handmade items. He makes wooden things spanning from spoons to cutting boards to custom furniture. I made many things. We will be selling items at PMF V this weekend, and then launching a web shop next week. Follow us HERE to keep posted on whats available. Coming this spring: quilts, magnets, more wooden things, collages, jewelry. HOLLA
little did I know Albert Oehlen already did “What if your butt was your front” and he did it perfectly.
Moore Professor Rit Premnath & Fine Arts Senior Stephanie Potter are teaming up with Rogue Screenings to co-host a free documentary film series over the course of the semester. The films will be shown every Tuesday evening 6:30-8:30 in Stewart Auditorium on the Moore campus.
Documentary Film Series
Brought to you by Rogue Screenings
Moore College of Art and Design Auditorium
Psychedelic Glue Sniffin’ Hillbillies–Craig Smith
American Movie–Chris Smith
Gray Gardens–Ellen Hovde et. al.
Happy People–Werner Herzog
Archival footage of McLuhan/Mailer conversation
Picasso and Braque go to the Movies–Arne Glimcher
Leviathan–Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Verena Paravel
The Last Train Home–Lixin Fan
And The Pursuit of Happiness–Louis Malle
The Mokele-Mbembe Hypothesis–Marie Voignier
The Taste of Cherry–Abbas Kiorastami
Which Way Is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington–Sebastien Junger
Night and Fog–Alain Resnais
The Breath We Took–Chelsea Knight
***Additionally, several Peter Greenaway documentary shorts will be shown at random.
(All dates and films subject to change)
Psychedelic Glue Sniffin’ Hillbillies & American Movie (trailer above) by Chris Smith
FEATURED ARTIST: Gareth Long, Work in Progress, 2010. Video 5:12 / Animated GIF.
Work in Progress (2010) was made as part of a suite of works foregrounding the mechanisms of artistic production. A looped depiction of the cartoon character Daffy Duck, seemingly locked in the throes of ‘writer’s block’, it points with humour to the sincerity and anguish of the creative process. - G. L.
Baltimore, Maryland, 2008