Many thanks to Tiffany Glass Ferreira for compiling a link list from the last Talk20 for those of us who couldn't make it to the event...
Slash Coleman, nationally renowned storyteller, best known for his award-winning PBS special and Off-Broadway one-man show, "The Neon Man and Me"
Mike Keeling, Abstract Artist and Metal Sculptor
Images from Creating "Plane Air"! http://www.artworksrichmond.com/ShowAug2005-Members-Planes-Trains.htm
Emilia Lanwehr, Curator and Manager of The Whitley Gallery http://www.inmateart.org/
Current Exhibit: Minority Art Exhibition (MAE), taking place September 30 – October 8, 2010, in Downtown Richmond. MAE is an exploration and celebration of the vitality of contemporary art created by African American and Latin American artists. http://www.inmateart.org/exhibits/minority-art-exhibit/
Upcoming exhibit: The RVAnthology, a graphic novel collaboration between 5 of Richmond’s rising illustrators including Richie Pope, Chris Johnson, Eric Pfeiffer, Nate Nelson and Julia Scott http://www.inmateart.org/exhibits/rvanthology/
Phil Nesmith, Photographic Artist, combining early photographic methods with contemporary events www.philnesmith.com
Flow: An Interview and Exhibition Review: http://philnesmith.wordpress.com/2010/09/26/flow-an-interview-and-exhibition-review/
Scott Putman, Artistic Director for Amaranth Contemporary Dance
Patience Salgado, photographer and creative kindness worker
Guerrilla Goodness: www.kindnessgirl.com
Pennies in Protest: http://www.penniesinprotest.com/
Francis Thompson, STEPS: Mountain Lake Workshop with John Cage 1989 / Stephen Addiss 2008 / Merce Cunningham 2009.
John Cage: http://www.johncage.info/
Stephen Addiss: http://www.thehaikufoundation.org/about-thf/associates/Merce Cunningham: www.merce.org
Be on the lookout for information for the next Talk20 from C3-The Creative Change Center and 1708!