What’s The Matter With Iowa? [Part 1]

Monday, January 9, 2012

Stephen Bloom in the classroom; Reynolds School of Journalism, University of Nevada Reno I’m sorry; this is the way I do it. This is called satire. This is…

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The Weekly Feed: January Sixth

Friday, January 6, 2012

Sandhill Crane; Dugald Stermer, Los Angeles Times Here’s a partial list of the articles and links we’ve shared on our Rural Arts and Culture Feed on Facebook while…

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2012 Preview: Glen Hanson

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

From the press materials for Glen Hanson Gallery: Now and Then [With a new year approaching, The Art of the Rural is pulling back on the reins and…

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In Brief: Regional Relationships

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Two aspects of A Map Without Boundaries; Regional Relationships Today we will introduce some work that we will be covering in greater detail soon: the Regional Relationships project….

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Maskers, Occupiers, Photographers

Friday, November 25, 2011

Painting a Thanksgiving Masker, 11 / 29 / 1911; Library of Congress flickr photostream This Library of Congress archived  photograph captures a Thanksgiving tradition from one hundred years…

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A Thanksgiving Teaser

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Folks, today is a day of rest at Art of the Rural Headquarters. We hope everyone has a peaceful and restive long weekend with family and friends. Here’s…

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Frybread: In Film, Art, Architecture, And Beyond

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Photograph by Visible Narrative, from RPM’s Frybread Stand flickr gallery Revolutions Per Minute: Indigenous Music Culture is a relatively new site that’s offering a wealth of news on…

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Jim Denomie: Reworking American Myths

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Selection from untitled (Untruthful Series), 2011; Bockley Gallery The Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis is currently featuring Works on Paper, an exhibit of new prints and paintings by Jim…

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Crystal Bridges, Alice Walton, and the Occupy Movement

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Crystal Bridges; Mike Pirnique, InArkansas.com As the 11-11-11 opening date for The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art approaches, many high-profile articles on the site and its guiding…

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Striking the Epicenter in Rural America

Thursday, November 3, 2011

The Epicenter staff at home in Green River, Utah Every piece of architecture should express some moral. If it has moral merit, it deserves the title of ‘architecture.’…

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