|Wacky Window @ 5 am" from the latest batch of photos from AdrienneRose Gionta's blog, The Diary of ARG.|
* Catalana Jaramillo is featured in the About Artists section of Art Is About.
* Morphologic Blog recently posted "Anemone Spawn," a video from the Coral Morphologic lab.
|Jennifer Love Gironda's early Sunday drawings session.|
* Check out the video by students in Miami Art Museum's after-school program, Brick x Brick,
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* Kristin Frenzel shares four commissioned Kitty Cat Adventure works she made with an Octopus theme. A calico model poses with one of the works.
* Knight Arts has posted the 2012 Knight Awards Challenge Miami finalists. The list includes "Coral Morphologic: To put Miami on the map as an eco-arts-tourism-destination by creating an underwater sculpture park installation featuring works by local artists ... Creative City Collaborative DBA Arts Garage: To facilitate an exchange of art and ideas by presenting contemporary musical performances, films and visual art exhibitions at a Palm Beach collaborative ... General Practice: To promote experimental, cross-disciplinary art by strengthening an artist-run gallery where performance, visual art and music are presented beneath one roof ... Lip Service: To give a voice to more Miami stories by coaching underrepresented members of the community to present a spoken-word performance about their experiences." There are 53 others, so check out the whole list.
|Brian Butler's first Miami solo show opening June 9 during Second Saturday Art Walk.|
* Art Is About offers its picks for the must-see exhibitions of June.
|Check out the Star Wards Jedi Dress on Annie's Cupboards blog.|
* Miami Art Exchange posts the lowdown on submitting films for Optic Nerve 14 Film Festival. Early and final submission deadlines are in July.
* "The best part about taking Polaroids is watching them develop magically before your eyes," Monica McGivern notes on her blog, Creative Thinking and Artful Living. "So I've started a new series to capture exactly that."
Betweeners is a regular feature that allows Arterpillar to justify her time spent reading other local art blogs and surfing for local art news ... and to talk about herself in third person in italics.