Thursday, July 26, 2012

Kathy Weaver Interview, Must Read

Following is an interview of me by Lydia Shepard, a writer from an organization called Sixty Inches from the Center, a non-for-profit group dedicated to archiving Chicago area artists. The files, digital and otherwise, are archived at The Harold Washington Library and are accessible to the public. I think all the ABG artists should avail themselves of this service. The directions about how to do this are on their website. The people who head "Sixty Inches", Tempestt Hazel and Nicolette Caldwell are very professional and efficient. Check out their other activities on their website. There are so many great things happening in Chicago in the arts!

1 comment:

  1. Terrific article! I loved it, as well as Kathy's show at The Art Center of Highland Park. Interesting to read more of the influences on her art and how she has absorbed and them and brought them to a new level. Especially interesting is learning of her father's inventiveness and inventions and her mother's work in stitchery. Fascinating too, how that combination plus her joy in teaching little kids evolved into multimedia robotics with quilting and stitching....and spray painting, and drawing...and......


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