kai winn is such a bitch
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young photo of brad pitt with hat
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how to draw a ballerina
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kai winn is such a bitch
with sydney, dylan, kate, katie, adri, dean, liam, matt, nguyen, ben, loop, desi, sumner, woodie, kelly, walter…
Andy* [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Kyra [died (snakebite)]
Ugh [died (sick)]
Sarah [died (sick)]
Kelly [died (sick)]
Chandler [died (sick)]
Tom* [died (snakebite)]
Derek [died (cholera)]
Sarah [died (dysentery)]
Angela [died (sick)]
Daphne [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Woodie* [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Devlin [died (sick)]
Sydney [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Dylan [died (snakebite)]
- Is your work undermined by knowledge of your own history?
- What are the clues that tell us how to read the work?
- Why is the viewer looking at this piece? Why is the viewer continuing to look at this piece?
- What is this work telling the viewer?
- Is one connection more important than another?
- Does participation relate to the evidence of engagement of the artist in the work?
- How do you paint big and small at the same time? And how do you paint quickly and slowly at the same time?
- How do we encounter work?
- How does the viewer experience the gymnastics that the artist goes through, and should that evidence be part of the experience?
- How does the artist prioritize and how does the viewer decode the way the information is prioritized?
- How do we structure an experience?
- What sorts of decisions do we make and why are we making them?
- What takes you back to painting?
here are some suggestions from MDA on standardizations of how to position labels and marks on museum objects (or on whatever you might think up, says i)
|Bird and mammal specimens||Underside of base for mounted specimens, otherwise
on a label attached to the wire supports by thread
|Books, albums, sketchbooks||Lower corner on inside of each cover; if
decorated, on first plain page
|Botanical collections||On the herbarium sheet|
|Clay pipes||Bowl bottom or, if broken, on pipe stem as
|Clothing||Back of neckband or waistband, near the
|Crystals||With number on label inside glass tube|
|Draperies and curtains||On reverse side, usually lower right hand
|Flat-mounted mammal skins||On the card which supports the skins|
|Fluid-preserved specimens||Inside container, against glass so they can be
read from outside
|Framed prints, drawings, watercolours, oil
|Mark the stretcher and the frame on the top
left-hand corner at the back
|Furniture||Top right-hand side of the side of cabinets and
tables; right-hand side of seat rail back for chairs
|Glass and enamels||Lower back or under the foot|
|Gloves and stockings||Inside the welt or cuff|
|Handbags and purses||Inside, near the opening|
|Insect collections||On card, mounted on the pin|
|Mirrors||If freestanding, reverse side; side of mount if
|Ceramic vessels and
|Base, avoiding foot (reverse side if base
|Powder horns and flasks||Back edge near opening|
|Rocks, minerals and fossils||Matrix (or the ‘poorest side’ of specimens without
|Rugs, tapestries and carpets||Reverse side, on diagonal corners|
|Sherds||Undecorated surface not on fracture break|
|Shoes||On the sole, under the instep|
|Stone sculpture||Base, avoiding foot (reverse side if base
|Study skins||Label attached to dowel support or to feet if no
|Swords||Blade, below hilt and ricasso|
|Textiles and embroideries||On the reverse at the corner|
|Tools with metal parts||Near the handle junction|
|Unframed prints, drawings, watercolours||On the reverse, in the border|
|Unframed oil paintings||On stretcher|
|Weapons and tools||Stock, handle or inside of trigger guard|
thank you wikipedia.
- balmoral a Tam ‘o Shanter or Tammy
- baseball cap
- beanie or skully
- boucle cap
- bucket hat or classy lady hat
- peaked cap
- floppy fedora
- flat cap, also bunnet, cloth cap, driver cap, golf cap, or windsor cap
- flip hat, baseball style cap with the brim intentionally flipped upwards (associated with punk rock)
- garrison cap
- Gatsby cap, also newsboy cap
- Ivy cap, the typical Irish hat
- kufi, traditional cap worn by Muslim males
- nasaq, the crocheted headgear of some Canadian Inuit
- student cap
- Suma cap
- tam, most commonly associated with the Rastafari movement
- taqiya, also tagiyah–resembles the yarmulke
- Tin-foil hat
- tuque, also knit hat, knit cap, sock cap, stocking cap, watch cap, toboggan, ski cap or skull cap
- yarmulke, also kippa, kippah or skullcap, Jewish traditional