|Artist Amy Gross went to lunch and brought us back this flower. (Photo courtesy of the artist)|
∗ Art Districts Magazine does a Q&A with curator, writer and former Locust Projects director Claire Breukel about her new project Dirtypink305.com.
∗ Art is About brings us a great video from Miami Made 2012
∗ Next time you find yourself awake at 3 a.m. pondering questions about art, life, love, your future and the whereabouts of your favorite pair of glasses, read this post from the Diary of ARG and know that you are not alone.
|Kristin Frenzel made "Dorothy" for the Oz-themed March of the Winkies show at Undergrounds Coffeehaus. (Photo courtesy of the artist)|
∗ If you are heading to Second Saturday Art Walk this weekend, Beached Miami invites you to share your pics via Instragram for a chance to win a prize. Prizes include gift certificates to Panther Coffee, Jimmy Z's Kitchen, drinks at Lester's and Wood Tavern and a few pizzas from Joey's. Winners will be announced on Beachedmiami.com on March 12.
∗ Girls' Club invites local female artists to submit their video for Chick Flicks May 26th finale.
∗ Artist Misael Soto shares a pic of him doing his homework, which is apparently a cat-related project.
|Rosanna Pereyra will teach you how to make Smiling Granny and Serious Granny in her online class.|
∗ Victoria Rose Martin has been pondering poofy hairdos and making sculptures.
|To learn about the adventures of this blue balloon, click on Polkovitz's Often Overlooked album below. (Photo courtesy of Polkovitz)|
∗ Culture Designers has the lowdown on a Tsunami Anniversary Benefit being held this weekend at Product/81 Gallery in Wynwood.
|"Birdwalk" by Helena Garcia who was selected artist of the month by Jolt Radio.|
Jen Stark's paper sculptures were featured on Designboom.com.
Have you checked out Lisa "Coma Girl" Perz's new ongoing comic?
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