Writers in a Room Not Writing – Interpreted by Jason Preu – Part the Third – Edda-fied Upon a Mountaintop
For an introduction to this series: Writers In a Room Not Writing Other posts in this series: Writers in a Room Not Writing – Interpreted by Jason Preu – Part the … Continue reading
Perhaps you’re uninformed or perhaps you’re already hip to this series of blog posts, but here’s the idea: the four of us Charlotte Street folks who are here for writing or writing-adjacent projects got together one January Thursday to discuss… well, it wasn’t exactly clear in advance, but the thought was we’d talk about writing or writing-adjacent topics.
by Lucas Wetzel From now through March 5, the exhibit “What Will You Think Tomorrow?” is on display at Paragraph Gallery, featuring drawings, collage and sculpture by Charlotte Street studio … Continue reading
From the perspective of artist, Daiana Oneto: When curator, Andrew Lyles, grouped us together for a two-person show at Paragraph Gallery, Kadie Nugent and I immediately knew we wanted the … Continue reading
Writers in a Room Not Writing – Interpreted by Jason Preu – Part the Sevence – Pro REMs In Tram Fictions
For an introduction to this series: https://charlottestreetstudios.wordpress.com/2016/01/25/writers-in-a-room-not-writing/ Other posts in the series: https://charlottestreetstudios.wordpress.com/2016/01/25/writers-in-a-room-not-writing-interpreted-by-jason-preu-part-the-1st-the-love-of-the-useless/ ———————————————————————– The further we move past the actual, real, physical meatspace event that was this conversation – … Continue reading
This month I will be presenting new music with both of my ensembles, Ensemble of Irreproducible Outcomes (or EIO for short) and Proença Band. The first concert will be February … Continue reading
January was a great month and start to the new year. I was able to get a taste of the white winter I long for every single year. It was, … Continue reading
CHARACTERS Lucas Wetzel, second-year resident, Herringbone shoes Danny Volin , second-year resident, sharp eye, wry smile Jason Preu, first-year resident, nostrils of doom Matt Hodap, first-year resident, beard of joy … Continue reading
On January 14th, 2016 the 3 CSF writers-in-residence (Lucas Wetzel, Danny Volin, and Jason Preu) and CSF podcaster-in-residence (Matt Hodap, also a writer) sat down for a chat about writing and … Continue reading
Hello from Paris of the Plains Podcast. We’ve had a fantastic first few months in the residency recording some surprising Kansas City stories. We’d love to share those stories with … Continue reading
Hello everybody. My name is Neil Goss. I am one of the 24 talented artists currently residing at the Charlotte Street Foundation. We are a diverse group of individuals consisting of … Continue reading
I often get nauseous when I pause to consider how fast time passes. How fast it marches on. Instead of casually meandering along time’s arrow, I often feel like I’m … Continue reading
In March of this year, I applied to exhibit new work at ArtPrize, a major annual art festival and competition held in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I had little knowledge of the … Continue reading
Charlotte Street Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of 15 visual artists, 3 writers, and 6 performing artists and ensembles for year-long Charlotte Street Foundation studio residencies, to begin … Continue reading
On Thursday, August 13, the third exhibition in the Charlotte Street Studio Residency Visiting Curator Series, Aggregate: Structure and Space, opens at Paragraph Gallery. The exhibition features Hannah Carr, Miranda … Continue reading
With a little more than a month until move out day, thoughts of what is next begin to enter my mind. Thoughts of how did almost one year pass by … Continue reading
The Displacemeant/Thisplacemeant group show at Paragraph Gallery and the adjacent Project Space featured painting, sculpture and installations from Charlotte Street Studio Residents Rena Detrixhe, Fredy Gabuardy, Adriane Herman, Melanie Johnson, Cristina … Continue reading
Sneak peek of some that were worked on today in the studio.
This Saturday, June 20, Charlotte Street writer-in-residence Lucas Wetzel is hosting a Midsummer Daydream Type-in at Paragraph Gallery (23 E. 12th St. between Main and Walnut Streets). Drop by any … Continue reading
Hello fellow residents! Windy City, Here I Come Campaign organized by yours truly and videographer Jon Lim!!!! Please if you can take out 3 min of your time to check … Continue reading
Heya!!! It’s Cat Mahari – dancer, choreographer, collaborator, and generally in search of free drinks and food artist! Welp! I’m just a few months out from finishing my 2nd and … Continue reading
THIS WEEKEND–The Charlotte Street Studio Residency Program is pleased to present Open Studios 2015. On Friday night, visit Town Pavilion and pARTnership Place to … Continue reading
Sneak-peak of what I’ve been up to in the studio for the past few weeks… This work originally began as an experiment or investigation of the process of collecting. Since much … Continue reading
CREATIVE WRITING SUBMISSIONS are officially OPEN until April 15th. Are you a writer? Be one of a handful of selected writers to be featured in our upcoming issue. Poetry, personal … Continue reading
Cat Mahari is a dancer on a mission. Her upcoming performance, Expectations of Violence/Rites due Spring: B-BAM! will explore local stories, rites of passage and questions about American blackness, featuring … Continue reading
Join us for a special preview of the 4th Annual Juried Exhibition by P&M Artworks: HEAT Thursday April 2nd 5:30-7:30pm (Best in Show awards presented at 6:30pm Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, 2012 … Continue reading
Here is a sneak peek of one of my work. Hope to see you guys on the 24th of April for open studios.
For Open Studios on April 24th I will have small collage drawings on paper available for purchase. Here are a few sneak peeks.
Recent studio photos of work currently in progress.
Gamelan Genta Kasturi hosted a very successful concert at Grace & Holy Trinity Cathedral’s Founder’s Hall on Saturday March 21. It was a rare treat to have our founding director, … Continue reading
Sarah Hearn’s Town Pavilion studio is part work space, part research center and part terrarium. The interdisciplinary artist’s desk, windowsills and wall space are covered with lichen and photographs of … Continue reading
Almost every time I walk by interdisciplinary artist Lauren Sobchak‘s studio in the Town Pavilion, I see colorful new work on display or evidence of other new works-in-progress. Occasionally she … Continue reading
I enjoy working on multiple sizes and surfaces at the same time. Whether I am reading, drawing, writing or creating cut paper collages, work informs work. Having them visually accessible while … Continue reading
Two members of the Charlotte Street Residency program– Eli Hougland and Russell Thorpe– will be involved in an ArtSounds on March 10th, at 7:30 pm. It will be held at … Continue reading
This Q&A is the first in a series spotlighting the artwork and individuals that make up the Charlotte Street Foundation Studio Residency program (many of whom operate out of the … Continue reading
“What’s a writer need a studio for anyhow?” asked my grand-uncle Fritz after I told him about my acceptance to the Charlotte Street Foundation Studio Residency program. In my day, … Continue reading
Helena could smell the sweat. Around her were male dancers, all wearing safety goggles on top of their overgrown haircuts. Some of them had three-day old beards. One had a … Continue reading