Anyway, I'll post more about SEAC later. I've been having a good time chatting with colleagues. I give my presentation on the size of Paleoindian social groupings later today.
The downside of being here is that I missed the second First Thursday of "Dirt Dance Floor" at Tapp's. Tapp's announced yesterday that they will be moving their operation to Five Points after they vacate their current Main Street location at the end of the month. It looks like there was a good crowd there for the last hurrah.
I took some time last week to go through my show before the pieces get scattered. Believe it or not, I did have a fairly coherent vision of what I wanted the show to be. I still can't fully articulate that -- if I could put it into a few simple sentences I wouldn't need to have an art show -- but I can say a few things about the individual pieces that I'll likely not remember a few years from now. So that's the point of this video:
I've created a page on my art website that shows all the pieces in the show, and I've gone through the whole lot (one per day) on my Instagram account.
Reading the Tapp's story let me to this story by Tom Mack in the Free Times. It's a really nice write-up and I appreciate the author's thoughtfulness and keen eye. Enjoy!