This week in weekend links, a romance author claims she has dodged her husband’s murder attempts, menopause gets visibility in media via whales, and Soraya Roberts discusses the exploitation of Native American women in Western art history.
In this episode of Art in Conversation, sculptor Coco Spadoni talks about how their own relationship with pottery began, why their work focuses on stories of the body, and how they teach others to get comfortable with clay.
Join fields magazine and BookWoman at Austin Interfaces! We will read, meet, and be merry on Thursday, June 20, where we’ll hear from local writers Bei Jei Sei, Marilyse V. Figueroa, and Zai Sadler.
fields is excited to host visual artist and musician Mark Renner for an exhibition and solo and full-band performances on July 5 and 6, 2019, at Big Medium’s Creative Standard gallery and Kinda Tropical in Austin.
Franny Choi’s Soft Science offers not only an exploration of what defines humanity, but ways in which to question, redefine, and reprogram our natural responses to the term human.
Taji Senior is a journalist, writer and performer. She has produced two solo works, AMENDMENT and ‘A’ (What the Black Girl Found While Searching for God). Her credits include TWENTYEIGHT, Doper than Dope, Comedy of Errors and the We Are film series (B.B. Araya), which is currently streaming on the Issa Rae Productions digital content site. Senior is currently earning an MFA in acting from UCLA.