I’m in Whistler, Canada for the week for my company’s annual Grand Meetup. Since everyone works remotely, we get together once per year, in various locations, to work, take classes, share ideas, and meet one another. Continue reading “Working Out in Whistler, Canada”
In the first week of May, I was in Madrid, Spain for a conference and stayed at the AC Hotel Aitana. The hotel was beautiful (sleek and modern) with a lovely Spanish breakfast and a great view of the city. But what about the gym, right? Continue reading “AC Hotel Aitana – Madrid, Spain”
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,600 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.
I keep coming back to this quote lately, so it’s time to permanently pin it to my computer screen.
New post up at On-Verge about the Art x Women series at the Affordable Art Fair this year:
Nine galleries collaborated to host the first-ever section dedicated to work by women artists at an art fair. Though the feminist art movement rose to prominence during the cultural revolution of the 1970s, many hurdles continue to exist in publicizing and popularizing contemporary feminist art. More recently, through the effort of feminist artists, curators, and organizations, women-produced art has seen a resurgence with large-scale exhibits, such as WACK and ELLE@centrepompidou.
Upon entering AAF, visitors who exited from the middle elevator were greeted by the pop art paintings of two naked women by artist David Bromley. In the midst of a crowded fair like this, one couldn’t help but think that the ironic positioning of these pieces was rather apropos, further proof of the necessity of a specifically feminist space in the large event hall.
See the full article here.