http://www.flickr.com/photos/swampzoid/5070191453/Originally uploaded by swampzoid Love this! Thank You!
This is one of the scenic backdrops they built that was used at Art Outside. I just love it! “Community Art Makers” was one of the Black Rock Arts Foundation’s 2010 grant recipients. They are Austin, Texas based community leaders offering work and meeting space, guidance and assistance to artists endeavoring to engage their community. Former notable projects have included…Keep reading >>
Reflections of timeOriginally uploaded by #2 Son/John Another view of the Raygun Gothic Rocketship we have not seen. What a fabulous shot. Thank you.
Our very own Josie Schimke, Program Development Associate at the Black Rock Arts Foundation was biking by the Raygun Gothic Rocketship, as she does most days on the way to work, and she came upon an artist painting the Rocketship. She stopped and chatted and took this photo. The Rocketship continues to show up in new and fun ways on…Keep reading >>
IMG_0544Originally uploaded by quidquid Some new photos of the Detroit Dream Project, one of our 2007 Civic Arts installations. Thanks for the great photo and giving us a peek at how the project looks today! To read more about the temple:Prior blog posts
Crazy rides rocketsOriginally uploaded by Brandon Doran I continue to be amazed that the Raygun Gothic Rocketship can be photographed in such a variety of ways. Thanks to Brandon Doran for this one. Happy New Year!
You must RSVP if you wish to attend. Email to: rsvp-specialevents @burningman.com (rsvp-specialevents @burningman.com) Attention Artists: You’ve asked, and we’ve listened! This year we are hosting our first art grants workshop. Come hear from those involved in both BRAF’s and Burning Man’s grant processes about what is needed to create a successful grant proposal. You’ll be given a chance to ask…Keep reading >>
Our online application for BRAF’s 2011 Grants is now live and will close on Saturday (yes, Saturday!) January 15, 2011, at 5:00 pm, sharp! About our grants: We fund highly interactive, community-driven works of art. We fund art that is accessible to the public, civic in scope and prompts the viewer to act. We like art that can be experienced…Keep reading >>
People and Art #129Originally uploaded by andertho This is the last weekend of the Leo Villareal show at the San Jose Museum of Art. We will be there, Will You?