Friday, May 20, 2011
ISSUE #5: FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT (Spring 2011) is here!
Hello, friends! Yes, our much hyped and much awaited fifth issue is here and available for your ocular pleasure. We are exceptionally proud of this one, as it features some outstanding content and is our largest issue yet at 50 pages.
What can you find this time around?
- PROFILES of artists GOO and Halley Gallagher
- GIG REVIEW: Star Anna & The Laughing Dogs at Machinery Row
- PHOTO EDITORIAL by Tyson Habein, "Soft Land."
- FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK coverage for March and May, featuring work at Taco Del Sol, My Viola Floral Studio, Inspire Portraits, and Warehouse Square.
- LINER NOTES: Reviewing RiverSide Rising's self-titled debut album
-HIGHLIGHTS from The Pioneer Woman (Ree Drummond)'s visit during Western Art Week, as well as notes on the Western Masters Art Show itself.
However, a word about that: Somehow in the madness of assembling our content, we've temporarily lost our photos from both Pioneer Woman and Western Art Week. We deeply regret this, as we saw several artists that we thought pushed the definition of what it means to be a "Western" artist, in ways that our readers might not expect.
What we promise to do is this: The moment we find these photos, we will do a special one-off post regarding both Pioneer Woman and the art itself. Consider it a "special edition," however delayed. Again, we apologize.
STILL! Now is the time to enjoy the content we have today. READ IT NOW!
Remember, PDF documents take a little while to load, and since this issue is 50 pages long, it may take a minute or so to appear on your screen.
Free digital versions are also available through MagCloud, where you can also order print editions for $10.
If you attend our ART PARTY + GROUP SHOW tonight (May 20) at Machinery Row, a print edition can be yours for $9 and you'll save yourself any shipping costs. Quantities are limited at the party, so make sure to come in!
Thank you, as always, for reading.
-- Sara Habein