Very pleased to be working with the Spencer Museum of Art this summer to install NuPenny’s Last Stand in the community. Please look for the installation in the city of Lawrence. Location can be found by checking in with local social media or by just asking around. Through August, 2015.
NuPenny’s Last Stand and the Spencer Museum of Art at KU, Lawrence, Kansas.Posted by Randy Regier">Randy Regier in Uncategorized
Due to the inclusion on NuPenny’s Last Stand and the nature of the press and interest surrounding the “State of the Art” exhibition at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, I had a few minutes of exposure (3:40 to 5:20 mark of the linked video) on CBS Sunday Morning on November 9th.
Good news for the TYTON.Posted by Randy Regier">Randy Regier in Uncategorized
I’ve received confirmation that my collaborative work “The TYTON” has been accepted into the 2015 True/False Film Festival in Columbia, Missouri. Very pleased and excited to be part of this. More information at the True/False website:
An excerpt from one of the best essays I’ve read in years…Posted by Randy Regier">Randy Regier in Uncategorized
This notion of the Great Good Place as defined by Peter Schjeldahl. The source of this text Frieze Magazine, issue 137, March 2011: No dreams come true there. That’s in the nature of Great Good Places, I believe. They are not projections of our wishes. They are registrations, perhaps quite humble, of what we lack.
A “Portrait Session” interview with Gina Kaufmann of KCUR, Kansas City:Posted by Randy Regier">Randy Regier in Uncategorized
In September 2014 I visited the studios of KCUR Radio in Kansas City to do a live “Portrait Session” interview with Gina Kaufmann. Gina came to the interview with some great questions, and I’d go so far as to say I learned more about myself due to the range and ingenuity of her inquiries: Listen