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We’re very excited to introduce you to the three writers who will be joining us at Superscript.

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To put ideas discussed at the Superscript arts journalism and criticism conference into practice, Hyperallergic is partnering with the Walker Art Center to announce the Superscript Blog Mentorship.

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Merry Armenian Christmas

by James Kerr on January 6, 2015

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Whether you celebrate Epiphany, Three Kings Day, Armenian Christmas, Feast of Theophany, or Eastern Orthodox Christmas on January 6 or 7, we wish you a happy holiday!

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Happy New Year from Hyperallergic!

by James Kerr on January 1, 2015

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Pushing you towards a fantastic new year.

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Happy Holidays from Hyperallergic!

by James Kerr on December 25, 2014

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Happy holidays from Hyperallergic! May you have a wonderful day with those you love.

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Hyperallergic’s paid internship program is currently seeking candidates for December through May.

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Hyperallergic is proud to announce that we’re the media partner for the 2014 Elastic City Walks Festival.

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Hyperallergic ArtTalk with Yams Collective

We asked attendees to send us responses to our ArtTalk with the Yams in whatever form they liked so we could compile them here, offering a taste of the event in the process.

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Magician Matthew Holtzclaw at Decoding Alibis

Last Wednesday, the Museum of Modern Art’s latest PopRally, Decoding Alibis, filled the galleries of the institution’s massive Sigmar Polke retrospective. Sponsored by Hyperallergic, the event offered a new and interactive way to view Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010.

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The night was truly unique, something that can’t be replicated. But it can be relived, because the videos are now online!

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