© 2013 Terri Lloyd
What has its hooks in you?
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©2013 Terri Lloyd
Or how I came to love right temporal lobe theta epilepsy.
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From Blackscat Books:
BLACK SCAT REVIEW #2. The “Pleasure” Issue: Featuring: Alain Arias-Misson, Jonathan Baumbach, Guy R. Beining, Eleanor Bennett, Miggs Burroughs, Pierre Henri Cami, John Crombie, Farewell Debut, Jacinta Escudos, Stephen D. Gutierrez, Harold Jaffe, Richard Kostelanetz, Terri Lloyd, Samantha Memi, Opal Louis Nations, Derek Pell, Doug Skinner, D. Harlan Wilson
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Giving voice to a demographic that is widely ignored, the Haggus Society presents B*tch Fest, an art festival dedicated to the politic of being a woman. Specifically the re-emerging and mature feminist artist.
“…because there is no institutional support for us. Because we have not lost our edge. Because there is no place for us … We are not invisible.”
The exhibition runs from March 1 through 19th featuring the works of 28 artists from around the hood and around the globe.
Opening reception Saturday, March 2, from 6 until 10 p.m.
Featuring the works of:
Marko Alastalo & Aino Eskelinen
Nina Koumachian Ehlig
**The Haggus Society recognizes that many women will be offended by the use of the word bitch. We feel, that in order to change a culture, one must claim ownership the language. The Haggus Society claims the word bitch among other terms of empowerment.
Tuesday – Thursday 11AM – 5PM or by appt.
Upstairs At The Market Gallery is located at:
1057 S San Pedro St # 201, Los Angeles, CA 90015
The Haggus Society is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of The Haggus Society must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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In the planning of a project with a client or within my own organization, we always ask how we will define success. Especially when discussing marketing and event planning. Amazingly enough, sometimes success may not be about the bottom line. Yet when asking people outside of the corporate world to define success, most toss out a rockstar-win-the-lottery-fame-and-fortune type of answer. But let’s be honest, not everyone gets to win the lottery and not everyone is cut out to be a rockstar. MORE: http://www.workyourart.com/improving/defining-the-successful-artist/
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© 2012 Terri Lloyd
38 x 58 inches
Color field abstract utilizing digital photography and various digital processes.
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