New Happy Sleepy art toys were added today to the Etsy shop.
These were originally made for the Stockholm Independent Art Fair, Supermarket 2013, which primarily showed the Crystal King animations and these guys were sitting on the table with the catalogues and cards.
Ed Video annouces their booth at Supermarket 2013, hosted in Stockholm, Sweden from 15 to 17 February this year. Supermarket is the annual independent art fair for artist-run galleries and runs at the same time as Market, the annual contemporary art fair in Stockholm. Ed Video will be showing our Crystal King animations.
November 9 to December 1, 2012 Red Room at 401 Richmond Galleries North lobby area 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, Canada Monday to Friday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Meet the Artists at the Opening 5:00 to 7:00 pm Friday, 9 November 2012 Protrusions Polytopia will be installed in the Protrusions exhibition that will show the work of four textile artists: Magda Wojtyra Lynn Kelly Robyn Thomas Ying Yueh-Chuang … >> read more
The official website for the Field Trip Project launched today, with tons of photos and information about past and upcoming exhibition venues. I love this project as it aligns with so many of my and Marc’s beliefs of the role and potential of art in the world.
From the Field Trip Project About page:
Field Trip Project is a mobile/ participatory/ interactive art exhibition installed within Japanese elementary school backpacks. Traveling to various locations, it connects people and bridges communities.
The Field Trip Project was installed in the Echigo-Tsumari Triennial 2012 on 26 August. This is the largest international art exhibition in the world and this year it runs from 29 July to 18 September 2012.
Our sculpture Yuuki Flower is going to Japan next week!! Today we gave the box of quilted leaves and velcro outfitted studend backpack back to the curator, Daisuke Takeya, who will be taking all the Field Trip Project artwork to Japan next week. The work will travel around Japan in disaster affected areas to cheer people up and bring people together. I cannot think of a better function for art.
After a month of not a drop of rain, the heavens opened up lustily on the day of the opening of Braveland. The opening reception at Cafe Pho Nho was quite dry and cozy, and the rain did stop in time for a walk to the Braveland window at Fine & Dandy. The group first made it’s way to see New Crust by Eunice Luk in the Howard Park Institute window. More photos are on … >> read more