Thanks and best wishes to Amanda Beroza Friedman, our March blogger-in-residence, who contributed a series of conversations between herself and other women artists living in New York. If you missed any of Amanda’s posts, you can find all of them here.
Next up we have Thea Liberty Nichols returning to the blog for the third time. Thea is a writer and curator living in Chicago. She recently co-curated Afterimage with Dahlia Tulett-Gross, and will be opening another exhibition at The Franklin in 2014.
Throughout April, Thea will loosely cover artists who are working outside of their practice or across disciplines. The artists she’ll profile might curate exhibitions, work as teachers, act as “informal mentors,” or collaborate with other artists to create work. Check back next week for Thea’s first post.
When asked what she’s most looking forward to in April (aside from her stint on the Art21 Blog), Thea expressed my own sentiments: “Fun in the sun. I try and stay away from complaining about the weather, but I can’t wait to sweat again, eat ripe fruit, and hop on a bike.”
Happy spring and happy to have you back, Thea!