This book is a collection of 30 entries that pull back the curtain to reveal hardships, vulnerabilities and the banality of life in the arts. Each chapter presents a personal account of the contributor’s intimacy with art—and the disillusionment, poignancy and success that comes with it during a week. Contributors include Peter Frank, Doug Harvey, Jonathon Keats, Nancy Lippe, Cristin McKnight Sethi, ORLAN, David Raymond, Tracy Snelling, Mary Valverde and Linnea West, among others.
Holly Crawford is cross media artist, behavioral scientist, economist and art historian. She received her Ph.D. f rom the University of Essex in Art History and Theory, B.A and M.A. in Economics and M.S. in Behavioral Science f rom UCLA.
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