Other Things I’ve Written Lately

yellow_chickenHere are some other things I’ve written for other outlets in the last couple of months:

  • Exploring the most extensive exhibit yet of Bill Traylor, who painted about life in the South and being born into slavery, for SmithsonianMagazine.com.
  • Looking at another self-taught artist from the Deep South, Clementine Hunter, has an exhibit at the National Museum of African-American History and Culture.
  • Chatting with the women hired to become singing sculptures at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, for The Washington Post.
  • An interview with top DJ Steve Aoki about his equipment being displayed at the National Museum of American History.
  • A review of the National Theatre’s touring version of “An Inspector Calls” at the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
  • Previewing a new cut from Walter Salas-Humara for Vinyl District.com.
  • Testing out the interactive biometric exhibit by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer at the Hirshhorn.
  • Dance review of the San Francisco Ballet at the Kennedy Center.
  • Listening to a new cut from the rootsy New York State band Handsome Jack.
  • A notice about the play “New Guidelines for Peaceful Times” at Spooky Action.
  • Premiering a new cut from longtime Los Angeles power pop figure Luther Russell.
  • A review of the world premiere “All Save One” at the Washington Stage Guild.
  • A review of Death Cab for Cutie was also posted here, but not with these better pictures, on Vinyl District.
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