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Sitting down with Suzanne Makol of Composite

Sitting down with Suzanne Makol of Composite
Composite is an electronic, quarterly arts magazine based in Chicago and San Francisco. Its mission is to “seek a continued communal and artistic dialogue among artists at all levels and mediums, striv[ing] to create a space where one can view and consider works that may not be shown together traditionally”.  To get to the bottom of how Composite’s editors make that goal a reality, I sat down... 

Disco balls. Yoga. Painting for everyone.

Disco balls. Yoga. Painting for everyone.
Image from projection of Jettison Quarterlys Fall Issue, Release Party at Empty Bottle, September 2010 Fall rolled in today, which means soon the weather will be dreadfully cold and people will be making less effort to attend art events. This makes us sad but for those of you who plan to hibernate this winter you might want to consider some new reading material to get you through. For starters I recommend... 
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