Recently, a relative of mine said that I should post my qualifications.
As of now, I have a B.A. in Art History from the University of North Carolina in Asheville.
Courtesy of Savannah College of Art and Design, I now have a M.A.
I have also interned at the Mint Museum, the McColl Center for Visual Arts in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the Hickory Museum of Art.
I am human, so I will sometimes make mistakes. If I find something I don’t like in my writing, I’ll rewrite it. If you politely inform me of an error I made, I will do my best to correct them.
Update: I decided to further clean up this section and removed sentences and updates.
ETA: The sentences I removed weren’t relevant.
I found your blog through Noah Chanery at ArtInfo and the article 50 Greatest Art Blogs. I would like to add you to my blog role, with your permission. Thanks for your time, you are obviously a busy individual!
You are welcome to, and I would like to put you in my blog roll as well.
Hi Catherine. I saw an old post of yours from Feb. 11, 2013. You were wondering about The Twitchen Vibes. The band was a group of friends from Eastern College near Philadelphia. I played bass in the band and we were together making music from about 1988 – 1994ish. We played out a bit in the Philadelphia area and got a little airplay on local radio. Our recordings are all on cassette tape, but I transferred a bunch to digital format using Audacity a while ago. I can send you the recording of our song “Jasper Johns” if you’d like.
Thank you for informing me. Let me mull over it.
Have you put it on a music sharing website?
If you send me a link, I’ll put it on my website and review it.
Anyway, thank you!
Just posted the song to soundcloud. The link is below. This one was recorded in my living room using a 6 channel powered mixer and ping-ponging tracks with a DAT recorder.
Thank you! I’ll check it out later.
If you don’t mind, I would like to e-mail you a few questions for a future post on the song.
Feel free to email me. The writer of the lyrics is Charlie Mcgloughlin. He also put together sheet music for this and many other songs.
Awesome. I’ll put together some questions.
Sorry, I can’t find your email address.
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