Getting Ready for My Arts Blogosphere Spring Cleaning
Anyone who's tried to click through it will have noticed that my blogroll is in need of a tune-up...I'm working on getting around to it. But there are a few developments in the arts blogosphere worth noting all the same:
- Regina Hackett (as soon as she wakes up on the West Coast...no pressure, mind you :-) ) will launch today her new online home (her previous gig at Seattle's P-I was a victim of the seemingly imminent implosion of most dead-tree press). Part of the Arts Journal network, Regina's new blog is called "Another Bouncing Ball."
- A growing list of intimidatingly long interviews (including one with yours truly) is just one of the reasons to check out Qi Peng's site on the Salt Lake City Fine Arts Examiner. The most recent chat, with artist William Powhida, is among the most interesting I've read with Bill.
- I'm meeting later this week with someone to discuss the potential of blending video with arts blogging, but I see we won't be the first.. artist Jonathan Gitelson is already ahead of us on that front. Jonathan's approach is a curated series of YouTube videos, but clearly there's a zeitgeist about.
- And finally, Canadian gallerist A.K. Collings' new blog Neurartic is off to an impressive start, blending art, design and even neuroscience. I'd recommend checking it out.
Labels: art blogs