The fixed notion of Community Art is elusive, and yet, community art has been around for centuries. Artists are intrinsically drawn to the world they live in, and for many that means not only viewing but participating in it. As I start my personal journey with Community Art, I intend to find out what exactly it means, how exactly it can be defined, so I can help spread this creative fervor and transform the general public into the creatively passionate.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Moving to

Recently I have completely revamped my artist website,  I've had this website for a couple years now, but I've never been able to edit it in the way I wanted.  In the past couple months I've been working on making myself more official as an artist.  I had to make a website on yola for an assignment for grad school, I created business cards, a facebook page, and I've been having more and more conversations with people about myself as an artist.  On my business cards I put my website, but when I handed them out I always added a disclaimer about the state that my website was in.

Now I no longer have to do that.  While my website is not a professionally done perfect piece of art, it conveys who I am and what I do much more clearly.  Now, I actually want to show people my website.  Because of this, I've decided to move over everything from this blog to the blog on and I will continue writing there.  If you like what I write, please come and have a look!  I always love conversations with new people about art, community art, and just about anything else.

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