Hey printmaker friends,
I am about to begin my first application for a residency and
I am terrified was wondering if you could pass along any pointers as well as experiences? I could really use some support with this especially having a bit of a quarter life crisis!
PS. I’m totally up for chatting in depth about this beyond tumblr like on skype if willing or interested
“Every waking moment is a shopping moment,” says Steve Yankovich, head of eBay’s mobile business, which expects to handle $10 billion in transactions this year. “Anytime, anywhere.”…Eventually, 3-D printers will let consumers produce their own towels, utensils and clothes. While in their infancy, the devices have been used to print hearing aids, iPad cases and model rockets, says Andy Filo, an expert on 3-D printers. The technology is several years away, however, from being widely available and affordable, he says.
And almost all of it will be paid with … your phone.
I feel like being slowly boiled in a pot of technology and soon I won’t know what is real and what isn’t
I miss nokia, I miss snake. I miss a world that looked UP once and while.
EDIT: THEN THIS POPPED UP AS MY NEW TWEET FROM TIME MAGAZINE.
Put me in a photo class or printmaking class and I can’t contain my ideas. Put me in an oil painting class and I have no idea what to do with myself. All my ideas make no sense to me in paint.
I’m at a cross roads. I’m graduating from my undergrad and I’m facing this looming decision of What The Fuck Do I Do Next. I’ve been looking at residencies because I’m not keen to immerse my self in the bureaucratic bullshit that my experience at University has been. But I look at my work and can’t help but think I don’t measure up for either grad school or residencies. This isn’t a fishing trip for flattery I am genuinely curious about how others (you) have dealt with this, where you applied, which route you went and why.
oh. so close. So here is the ~almost~ complete set of Bestiary of Morals etchings.
The other half is here.