May 2, 2012
is a teacher at the Academy of Art in San Francisco with a perspective that all teachers would do well to adopt. As an artist he pushes the envelope, challenging the manner in which we, as a culture, view heroes, the idea of archetypes and the effect on future generations of depriving them adequate heroes and stories. His interview blew my mind. Read it.
April 6, 2012
The first amazing gallery spotlight we're shining is on 111 Minna Gallery
, a San Francisco institution that has been around since 1993, specifically known for its focus on underground, low brow, edgy and often controversial art. Micah LeBrun, the curator of this laid back gallery, speaks with us about their selection process and the interplay between art as art, art as business, and the internet.