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Jul 30 timmiche commented on The Art Made by Japanese Americans in Internment Camps.
I am thinking of Roger Shimamora as a young boy in the camp taking it all in and turning it all into pop art power.
May 17, 2013 timmiche commented on Is It Safe?.
We do love our comfortable ideas of class, order, family, genus, species...
Mar 27, 2013 timmiche commented on Diet of Worms.
Very excited to see this work.
Jan 24, 2013 timmiche commented on Remember When the Chihuly Museum Promised to Build a Playground for the Kiddies?.
That's the funny thing about actually doing things, rather than complaining about folks that are trying to do things... It actually takes time.
Jan 24, 2013 timmiche commented on Mary Shirley, Leading Art Collector, Has Died.
I will always remember Mary Shirley for her love of a dirty joke, a glass full and a smoke outdoors. Most importantly she had a kind and gentle spirit slightly belied by that raspy, truck-stop bartender voice. She quietly gave money to artists in need and supported many of the things that make Seattle great. We will miss her big personality and the twinkle in her eye.
Jan 18, 2013 timmiche commented on The True Classic/New Classic of Seattle Art.
I am looking forward to seeing it. I love how much it looks like their 3d model.
Jan 18, 2013 timmiche commented on Sounds Good to Me.
Wow. What a lineup!
Jan 9, 2013 timmiche commented on The Hidden Part of the new MOHAI.
The storage area is often my favorite part of any museum. That why I loveartiat Fred Wilson's work so much. http://bombsite.com/issues/1000/articles…
Oct 25, 2012 timmiche commented on There Were 400 People in the Lobby of Benaroya Hall on Friday Night at 10, Listening to Metronomes and Music for an IBM 7090 Mainframe and a Soprano Singing Nonsense.
I like that you focused on the event and the meat of the evening's performances and then just inserted yourself at the very end. I think that is a good framework for your writing. Sometimes you insert yourself too much in the middle and it gets in the way of your incites. Good job. Sounds like the symphony is off and running.
Sep 19, 2012 timmiche commented on SAM Is Losing A Good Curator in Marisa Sánchez.
Marisa was a very compelling curator and was she engaged with the community. This was a big plus for SAM. I am sad to see her go. I am sure that she will go on to great things. Let's wish her well rather than complain about things we don't understand.
 
 

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