In Providence, RI a few nights ago. A Philip Glass concert. Just Glass playing a gorgeous sounding Steinway Grand in several solo pieces and then some duets with a young virtuoso violinist named Tim Fain. A most wonderful experience. Ah music. So important. For you too, I bet.
I Love Your Space
555 Gallery in Boston has gone dark for a week as they are busy installing work for the new show, I love Your Space, which opens March 5. This will not be your average show, defined as nice work hanging well spaced and framed on the walls of a gallery or museum. In fact, as I've learned, this show won't have anything on its walls at all.
Next week I load up the car and head off to New Orleans with a slight detour for a couple of nights in Spruce Pine, NC, where Penland School of Crafts is. Road Trip! Can't wait.
Do you have a plan?
Forgive me for asking, but do you have a plan? If I know my readers' demographic I predict you make pictures, aspire to make pictures or just plain love pictures. A few of you that read me might be former students. But really, do you have a plan? Why have I asked the same question three times already? Because you should. Doesn't matter: early career, late career. No difference. Not just in photo or making art, by the way. You should have a plan for your life. An objective, something you want to make happen before the lights go out. You know, aspire towards something?