For a studio, it’s important to have windows, space to work on more than one work at a time, and room for books. Fortunately, our studio has them all! I wouldn’t mind having some more walls to hang pieces, but you can’t have everything. We moved into the studio just as we went into lockdown, around May 2020. Who knows what could happen in the future? But, at the moment, I am really happy in this one, and it does feel like home. I share the space with friends and have indeed been very lucky in that sense. Apart from sharing all the issues related to painting, we have been able to gather to have a drink, watch films and football games, and overcome the loneliness of the Covid situation.
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Jocelyn Tsaih's Soft Focus
Glowing With the Flow
SCAD Museum of Art
A Happy and Bountiful Ten-Year Anniversary
The Flight The Flight Attendant: The Travels of Molly Choma
“I started at Virgin Airlines. I was on airport standby a lot and wasn’t getting called to work much, so I asked my supervisor if I could walk around the airport and take pictures.”
The Mothership – Sublime Afrofuturism at OMCA
“Afrofuturism is sort of like a filter that can be applied to any aspect of life. It is a theory of knowledge. It often collapses the past, present, and future into a singular experience or recontextualizes a historical moment. [...]"
Hilda Palafox – The Open Vessel
Hilda Palafox is known for glorious, colorful murals and confident, comfortable paintings of women, but an appreciation of her ceramics gives extra insight into an artist who exquisitely portrays the fragile and the sturdy.
Digging for the Truth
Ken Harman is Still Building
Lenworth “Joonbug” McIntosh
Life as an Open Studio
More Than A Game
From Pakistan with Love
“No hay nada sexy en un tanque”
JASMILA ZBANIC OPTA AL OSCAR CON ‘QUO VADIS, AIDA?’, UNA VISIÓN FEMENINA DEL HORROR DE LA GUERRA
DESDE BOSNIA, POR EL OSCAR Habla la directora de “Quo Vadis, Aida”
SARAJEVO.– El pasado 15 de marzo, la directora bosnia Jasmila Zbanic esperaba una de esas noticias trascendentales en la vida laboral de cualquier cineasta. Pero no fue lo que supo enseguida. Primero recibió un susto: Su compañero sentimental dio positivo por covid-19, y tuvo que aislarse por la cuarentena. Horas después, la amargura de la jornada se mezcló con la euforia y la exaltación por el anuncio de que su última cinta, Quo Vadis, Aida, había sido nominada al Oscar como candidata a mejor película extranjera.
Old is Gold
The Diligence of Living In A Blockaded City: Sniper Alley - 1992
THE LAST WORD with... Paul Cuddihy
AS you read these words, I will be in Bosnia getting ready to provide the Celtic TV commentary for our Europa League play-off against FK Sarajevo.
MORRO HIT BY A EURO CONN JOB!
Nomads boss berates ‘diving’ Bosnians
Adopted in a WAR ZONE
Twenty seven years ago, Siân Damon met a woman who had given birth in the most devastating circumstances