Twitter notes

Here are some recent 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. The “@” symbol indicates another Twitter user.

  1. Video: Aruna D’Souza talks about feminist artists, gender and institutional bias @MuseumModernArt

    Alvin Baltrop photograph
  2. Great show//RT @kvvnrggn: Come to Famous Accountants and groove on Alvin Baltrop with us. We’ll be here until 6 PM. Yes.    
  3. Disturbing: American Electra @harpers by Susan Faludi // On Feminism’s ritual matricide
  4.  I love getting up on Sundays mornings and checking out the painting progress from Saturday night.  
  5. @vvork posted paintings by Günther Förg and Silvia Bächli last week.  

    Number 318: Christian Herzig (1975, Bad Salzungen, Germany)
  6. Great blog from Amsterdam: A Thousand Living Painters

    Here I am (in blue) with Austin Thomas (at left) and Culture Pundits mastermind Barry Hoggard at Thomas’s STOREFRONT opening on Friday night. Photo: Jason Andrew

    “”This is a wonderful show. It embraces you even as it says to go fuck yourself. Perfect in the small space.” —Judith Braun, artist and season 1 “Work of Art” contestant

  7. Austin Thomas at STOREFRONT  
  8. RT @artfagcity: raising $10,000 to produce a record w/ over 40 different artists. Help spread the word! #soundofart  
  9. Yes. Yes I do. //RT @hragv: You know you want to enter the Hyperallergic tshirt contest, admit it…ADMIT IT!  
  10. WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY. Digital Media Visiting Artist. Two-year appointment, non-renewable. Start July 1, 2011
  11. Two Coats house band Conversion Party gets some love, compared to Arcade Fire, Broken Social Scene, and Wolf Parade
  12. Thinking, well, critically about “Critical Thinking”

    Michele Araujo, work in progress.

  13. Studio visit in DUMBO w Michele Araujo  
  14. Thanks @TylerGreenDC for writing about the dearth of women in the NGA collection.
  15. Separtated at birth: John Locke and Loren Munk #finallywatchingLOSTonnetflix
  16. Thanks everyone for adding Two Coats of Paint to your course websites and syllabi this semester.       

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