You’re invited to coffee with Monterey Park City Council District 2 candidates Yvonne Yiu and Jennifer Love Tang.
Ellsworth Kelly’s Green Angle is hung too low at The Broad Museum in Los Angeles. A pure figure work like Green Angle requires architectural space to complete the work. Broad Curators: let it breathe!
A few quick thoughts about a new year. Definitely not “resolutions!”
The Vernal (Spring) Equinox is Monday. And so at the OC Tarot Meetup today we each did an Equinox inspired reading.
Please vote on March 7th. Measure H is a real chance to address homelessness & mental health in Los Angeles. But it needs a 2/3 Yes vote to pass.
Tea & Tarot: is “Social Practice” in art “primitive culture”? Remnants of our pre-technological existence? Or dense icons that offer healing and community?
Facebook & Social Media. Context Collapse & Banality. Edward Albee & Marshall McLuhan. Obsolescence & Invisibility. Tilting at Windmills & MMORPGs.
Once upon a time I was a Disneyland Art Director. Chris Peterson & Rick Feck were the best, and most resourceful, assistants you could ever wish for.
I thought my mom and I were the last Zucmans on earth. Even though we’re pretty hard to find in America, it turns out that Argentina is crawling with Zucmans, like “Cousin Yolanda” here. Unfortunately, none of them speak English… and I don’t speak Spanish. I’ll have to arrange a translationfest with mom and finally meet the family!
Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride: 5 years of work condensed into one phone call to get hired. It’s a DEAD Man’s Party!
The Mondo Guerra collection at SEE Eyewear: amazing design, helpful people, reasonable prices! No more boring eyeglass frames!
Your favorite Girl Scout Cookie? Samoas? Thin Mints? All pretty great, right? But do you know how little of your money helps the girl you buy them from?
I spent the weekend at my cousin Mike’s place in Three Rivers, CA. I took a few pictures of Signs in Three Rivers while out walking.
Proposal for “Cyberspace Magna Carta” an interactive performance panel for TFAP@CAA 2016, Washington, DC.
The Internet’s Own Boy about Aaron Swartz and Citizen Four about Edward Snowden – the most important films of 2014.