Twitter notes

Here are some items cut and pasted from the Two Coats Twitter Feed. For readers unfamiliar with Twitter, “RT” indicates the item has been repeated, or “retweeted,” from someone else’s Twitter feed.

  1. If it weren’t for the James Kalm Report, I might actually have to leave HQ. Here’s a report on recent openings in Chelsea
  2.  Subscribe to Harper’s and read Lethem’s story about a blog, “The Dreaming Jaw, The Salivating Ear” @harpers 
  3. RT @Pocketopia: a little reference to Pocket U. in today’s NYT – art school)
  4. RT @HeartAsArena: 70/30 Project in Ditmas Park right this very moment. Go.
  5. The right direction: Gallery gift shop becomes artist-curated exhibition space in Seattle
  6. Paddy (@artfagcity) thinks Flavorwire cultural coverage has taken a turn for the worse
  7. RT @Pocketopia: Pictures from an Art Stumble 
  8. Small but Sublime
  9. @heartasarena Twitter debut
  10. Images from “Inside the painter’s studio” by Joe Fig
  11. Painters in Sydney 
  12. JT Kirkland’s blog “Thinking About Art” becomes “Thinking About MY Art”
  13. Thrift Store paintings (via 
  14. RT @bhoggard: RT @ArtCatNY: Free art + tacos at The High Line Sep. 17 & Oct. 1 (I LOVE this idea)
  15. RT @artnetdotcom: Port Authority wants artist proposals for a temporary mural around Ground Zero. Deadline, Oct. 1
  16. Alternative source of funding for artists?
  17. Hard to believe Yigal and I used to show at the same gallery back in the day
  18. RT @culturepundits: RT @whitneymuseum: Looking for an intern for marketing dept. Email & tell why you’re interested.
  19. So many shows open this week I don’t know where to begin. Check out
  20. RT @hragv: St Louis Post-Dispatch art critic leaves w very mean farewell post… (via @tylergreendc)
  21. RT @theartblog: New blog post: Small is big at Gallery Joe

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