Gather references to beer art here.

I would like to organize  a beer exhibition at UW-Parkside in a few years. Please comment if you know someone who does beer art. Leave links. Taverns are good too. I just read this in my favorite art blog “Bad at Sports.” Click the pic to find the original story.

About Patricia Briggs
Patricia Briggs is the director of galleries and curator of exhibitions at Jamestown Community College in Western New York. She writes the blog "Scene Unseen: Viewing Notes" about visual art in her community.

6 Responses to Gather references to beer art here.

  1. mara says:

    I love this idea, very Patricia!

  2. Jim Payne says:

    Patricia,
    Just a thank you note for your outstanding presentation today ot Understanding Modern Art at Parkside. I know nothing about art, don’t even go to see it, but I learned so much from your animated and informative presentation that I look forward to visiting art galleries.

    You have the grace and fluid motion of a ballet dancer. Your hand and arm choreography danced us through your lecture like a ballerina. I listened and learned, I watched you orchestrate your feelings and was fascinated. I look forward to the next two presentations as part of your enchanted audience.
    Gratefully,
    Jim Payne

    • Jim, Thanks you so much. Sometimes people ask me if I am a “performance artist” because I swing my arms around when I teach. I like to “act” out that paintings and don’t know where I picket that habit up! Looking forward to the next two lectures and thanks for subscribing to the blog! Spread the word!

  3. It is great to hear from you Mara. Send me a url to see your new work.

  4. Steve Dietz says:

    Tom Marinoni, The Act of Drinking Beer with Friends Is the Highest Form of Art

    Source: http://www.sfmoma.org/exhib_events/events/1246#ixzz1mrABTdf0

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