Couple of quick announcements. Don’t worry, these are followed by some actual content . . .
drool. is about to become a bi-weekly thing. That is: published every second Sunday.
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As well, I’ll be experimenting a bit with the format and content as drool. moves forward into the ’20’s. Maybe a bit more multi-faceted, maybe even funnier than it already is (as if that’s even possible, yuk, yuk, yuk).
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And since we’re on the subject . . . let me tell you why I do drool.:
I enjoy the process. The writing helps me know what I’m thinking (and, sometimes, feeling). And that, in turn, informs a whole bunch of other stuff that comprises certain (but not all) aspects of this project I call my life.
That’s the reason I do photo projects, too. Except with those I get to go out into the world and meet people and experience places. (Which, in my opinion, is a richer, more rewarding pursuit than writing.)
And the reason I make them public is ego and a desire to communicate.
Simple. Take it or leave it.
Sunday, January 19th Studio Sixty Six will be hosting a conversation between Michael Schreier and yours truly. The public are invited.
The topic we’ll be discussing is something along the lines of “the interior muse”. This predicated by my previous blog post and the exhibition, at Studio Sixty Six, of Dave Heath’s late work.
Who knows what’ll happen.
Anyway, it begins at four Sunday afternoon and ends at six. There will be a bar for some drinkypoos afterwards, to facilitate general hobnobbing.
Plus, if you haven’t seen the show . . . well, that’s a good chance/excuse to have a look.
All the details here.
Plus! Some pictures from the exhibition to give you a taste . . .
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