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How Artists Keep Warm in the Winter

by Steven Weinberg on October 30, 2014

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It all starts with an idea.

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The Evolution of Imagination

by Lauren Purje on October 27, 2014

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Human imaginations evolved for some very practical reasons.

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Do Artists Need Computers?

by Steven Weinberg on October 23, 2014

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Last week, my computer died.

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Why Are We Attracted to Troubled Artists?

by Edie Everette on October 21, 2014

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Jean Seberg wasn’t troubled at first, but then the Feds started to harass her for donating money to the Black Panthers.

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Those 10 minutes after you wake up, stay in bed, and think about everything you’re going to make that day.

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My Art Is My Baby

by Lauren Purje on October 13, 2014

My Art Is My Baby

Sharing art can be exciting, validating, and gratifying. But it can also be a little scary.

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An Artist Discovers Hunting Season

by Steven Weinberg on October 9, 2014

An Artist Confronts Hunting Season

Just when you think you’re prepared for anything …

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A Young Artist Seduced by Attention

by Edie Everette on October 6, 2014

A Young Artist Seduced by Attention

The attention and flattery felt so good, because the rest of the time I was terrified.

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Artists Take Over the Catskills

by Steven Weinberg on October 2, 2014

Artists Take Over the Catskils

Every thought of a retreat? Here’s your chance.

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Creating Alone

by Lauren Purje on September 29, 2014

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Once I saw this experiment testing the effects of solitary confinement on mice.

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