Archive for May, 2010

What We Love Now

PaperCity magazines have been employed in an installation (by Icelandic artist Magnus Sigurdarson, who used 7,000 copies for a 2008 sculptural piece) and as inspiration (by Houston-based Thedra Cullar-Ledford, whose ball gown bore images of socialites taken straight from the pages of PaperCity). Now hometown artisan Marguerite Belkin creates a crafty wearable collar formed from our May 2010... | Read More

What We Love Now

PaperCity magazines have been employed in an installation (by Icelandic artist Magnus Sigurdarson, who used 7,000 copies for a 2008 sculptural piece) and as inspiration (by Houston-based Thedra Cullar-Ledford, whose ball gown bore images of socialites taken straight from the pages of PaperCity). Now hometown artisan Marguerite Belkin creates a crafty wearable collar formed from our May 2010... | Read More

About the Cover: Shadow Play

PaperCity%26#8217;s June cover is a marriage between image and text, art and fashion by Dallas-based Susan kae Grant, who exemplifies the best of the contemporary Texas art world. Grant %26#8212;%26nbsp;who has shown from the contemporary biennale in Florence to FotoFest in Houston %26#8212;%26nbsp;heads the photography and book-arts area at Texas Woman%26#8217;s University in Denton. Her... | Read More

About the Cover: Shadow Play

PaperCity%26#8217;s June cover is a marriage between image and text, art and fashion by Dallas-based Susan kae Grant, who exemplifies the best of the contemporary Texas art world. Grant %26#8212;%26nbsp;who has shown from the contemporary biennale in Florence to FotoFest in Houston %26#8212;%26nbsp;heads the photography and book-arts area at Texas Woman%26#8217;s University in Denton. Her... | Read More

About the Cover: Shadow Play

PaperCity%26#8217;s June cover is a marriage between image and text, art and fashion by Dallas-based Susan kae Grant, who exemplifies the best of the contemporary Texas art world. Grant %26#8212;%26nbsp;who has shown from the contemporary biennale in Florence to FotoFest in Houston %26#8212;%26nbsp;heads the photography and book-arts area at Texas Woman%26#8217;s University in Denton. Her... | Read More

“Plants! The Musical”

If you thought that Little Shop of Horrors%26#8217; Audrey II was the only vocal vegetable in musical theater, think again. On Friday and Saturday, May 28 and 29, Plants! The Musical! takes root just outside Antidote Coffee in the Heights. The imaginative, family-friendly work is the creation of Keith Reynolds (Slump Xmas Show) and Ashley Horn (Suchu Dance). In this plot, the plants take on a... | Read More

“Plants! The Musical”

If you thought that Little Shop of Horrors%26#8217; Audrey II was the only vocal vegetable in musical theater, think again. On Friday and Saturday, May 28 and 29, Plants! The Musical! takes root just outside Antidote Coffee in the Heights. The imaginative, family-friendly work is the creation of Keith Reynolds (Slump Xmas Show) and Ashley Horn (Suchu Dance). In this plot, the plants take on a... | Read More

“Plants! The Musical”

If you thought that Little Shop of Horrors%26#8217; Audrey II was the only vocal vegetable in musical theater, think again. On Friday and Saturday, May 28 and 29, Plants! The Musical! takes root just outside Antidote Coffee in the Heights. The imaginative, family-friendly work is the creation of Keith Reynolds (Slump Xmas Show) and Ashley Horn (Suchu Dance). In this plot, the plants take on a... | Read More
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