The Eleven: A Close Encounter Where: Fort Worth Community Art Center 1300 Gendy Fort Worth, TX 76107 Open Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm Opening Reception: Friday, December 6, 6pm-9pm Exhibit runs December 6-28, 2013 The Eleven is a multidimensional and collaborative art exhibit. Artist Libba Davis began to see vivid, recurring symbols in her dreams in 2012. While contemplating […]Read More The Eleven: A Close Encounter
Off the Farm 2012 is the latest incarnation of Dell Little’s annual mixtape-nee-CD-nee-mp3 collection, which continues with the series’ down-home, upbeat groove. I love this year’s cover: a conductor of what seems to be a radio orchestra, of course from the 30s or 40s or 50s. There’s a funny kind of irony to Dell’s choice of such […]Read More Off the Farm 2012: Once Again, Old is New, and New, Old.
one leaf shimmer soft tremble excite express true love of sun and wind.Read More Haiku: one leaf shimmer
The poem of the mind in the act of finding What will suffice. It has not always had To find: the scene was set; it repeated what Was in the script. Then the theatre was changed To something else. Its past was a souvenir. It has to be living, to learn the speech of the […]Read More Of Modern Poetry, by Wallace Stevens
Music has consistently been at the center of my life. I didn’t become consciously aware of this fact until my mid-teens, and throughout my life I have gradually come to realize that music is, in Joseph Campbell’s words, “my bliss.” This detailed, in-depth, independent study of musical aesthetics has allowed me to take great steps […]Read More The Ear as the First Musical Instrument
I am fascinated with music. It intrigues me intellectually and engages me physically. It resonates across many different areas of my life, and I am extremely interested in experiencing life to the fullest, which is why I also chose to go into a graduate-level Interdisciplinary Arts program rather than concentrating on a single discipline such […]Read More “Singing the World:” Bridging Disparities via the Phenomenon of Music