SIFT presents its second-annual Edible Book Festival–which is part of a nationwide effort to make “books” one can eat–from 1 – 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, at the Alvar Library (913 Alvar St.). Participants create edible books that are exhibited, documented for the international edible book archive, judged for fabulous prizes, and then eaten by attendees. … SIFT’s second-annual Edible Book Festival – April 6
Please join us at Press Street’s Second Annual CUPCAKE THROWDOWN & ARTIST CAKE WALK!
We will have tasty treats made by home bakers and professional pastry chefs that you can purchase or win by competing in a $2 a ticket cake walk. We will also have free cupcakes for kids in costumes (while they last), and a raffle for a Press Street tote bag filled with prizes. Admission is FREE. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIFT, your local artistic bookmaking organization, is hosting a field trip to the special collections at Loyola University New Orleans from 1-4 p.m. on June 14, where participants will be shown an assortment of the collection’s best books curated by archivist Trish Nugent. Because of the nature of viewing rare books, space will be limited … SIFT archive visit June 14 provides a look at fancy books
Join SIFT and the New Orleans Public Library for the Edible Book Festival. Register Edible Book Entries: 1:00-1:45 pm Community judging: 1:45 – 3:00 pm Eating: 3:00-4:00 pm The Edible Book Festival is an annual event held throughout the world in April. Join in the culinary, literary fun by creating an edible book entry that … SIFT – Edible Book Festival
SGCI Conference Reception: March 16th from 6:30pm to 10:00pm at Antenna. Empanada Intifada will be there selling empanadas! ___ OBJECT PLAY – On view March 10-April 8, 2012 Curated by SIFT Co-founders Angela Driscoll and Yuka Petz. Object Play explores the relationships between text, image, and object. Artists Katie Murken, Christopher Michlig, and collaborators Tricia … SGCI Conference Reception
OBJECT PLAY: On view March 10 – April 8, 2012 Opening Reception: March 10, 2012, 6-9pm SGCI Conference Reception: March 16, 6:30-10pm – Empanada Intifada will be there selling empanadas during the reception! Object Play, curated by SIFT Co-founders Angela Driscoll and Yuka Petz, explores the relationships between text, image, and object. Artists Katie Murken, … OBJECT PLAY
Join SIFT at Press Street’s Antenna Gallery for a free, informal book arts workshop. Participants will select a non-traditional book structure and then create their own cut-up poem from found text. Using collage, rubber stamps, transfer type, and stencils, we will incorporate our cut-up poems into these one-of-a-kind artist’s books. All materials will be provided. … Book Arts with Yuka & Angela
Press Street’s Antenna Gallery presents ASH COLUMN – a new series of drawings by Angela Driscoll. These graphite drawings reference still frames of an eruption of Anak Krakatau in Indonesia’s Sunda Strait. The volcanic eruption is a violent act. In these drawings, the eruption is prolonged in an effort to create a greater understanding of … ASH COLUMN
The Good Children Gallery will host BYOB: NEW ORLEANS, a one-night exhibition featuring a number of local artists that use projectors in their work. A selection of that work will also be available for viewing on the following day during regular gallery hours (Sunday, July 31st from12p-5p). In Europe, projectors are often referred to as … BYOB: NEW ORLEANS
Antenna is pleased to present “Sum,” featuring artists Angela Driscoll and Kevin H. Jones. Driscoll and Jones share an interest in reconfiguring natural and human-made systems. Driscoll’s Blog Drawings are based on information researched from weblog entries – specifically their language and grammar. These drawings of graphite and woven paper represent information gathered in a … Sum