If you have been privy to the drama and politics of the Sioux Falls art scene, you know Deb Klebanoff. If you’re like me, and you kind of just started paying attention, you still might know her. But, If you’re young, or new to the art world of Sioux Falls, you probably don’t.
When I started getting the word out about JAM Art & Supplies Deb sent me an email asking if I already had the paperwork in for 501(c)3, nonprofit status. Honestly, it made me feel uncomfortable. I felt like I had to defend myself, “Currently, Continue reading Moving Forward: DEB KLEBANOFF on the Retreat at Pointer’s Ridge
Finding Clarity in Community
This past First Friday I had the pleasure of battling a hellacious head cold, so I chose to keep my attendance to two receptions for the evening. Notepad and tissues in tow, I first headed to Monks House of Ale Repute to check out the “Skulls and Beers” reception for Les Cotton and Marc Wagner. This collection featured drawings and prints of all things cool: Continue reading First Friday – April 4th
Like most First Fridays in Sioux Falls, this past Friday was full of plenty of options for entertainment in the arts world. Due to the variety, I ultimately was forced to narrow down my choice of events in order to make time to properly enjoy each one.
I began my evening at IPSO Gallery at Fresh Produce to view “Mythology and a Little Bit of Science,” a solo exhibition by Bryan Holland. Holland fuses Continue reading First Friday – March 7th
My husband spends much of his work day listening to podcasts, and yesterday he suggested I listen to TED Radio Hour: Making Mistakes. Many times I shrug off the suggestions because I have other things I’m reading or listening to, but I’m glad I listened to this one. The second segment of this show was about Brene’ Brown’s TED Talk on vulnerability. For me, hearing this was impeccable timing as Continue reading Vulnerability, and the Problems JAM Art & Supplies will Address
There’s something encouraging about driving down Spring Avenue. Maybe it’s the old houses, but tonight the familiarity of the street gave me the courage for this first blog.
I’ve been reading Blog Inc. by Joy Deangdeelert Cho, and I have to say, she definitely has pushed me further into the idea of blogging. I intuitively knew that I should Continue reading Writing My First Blog Post