Post-Kickstarter Update, March 11, 2016: Well, I tried. Biggest thanks to those who backed the Art Relish documentary project on Kickstarter, and I appreciate all the likes and shares from everyone as well. I am disappointed, but recognize that success … Continue reading Kickstarter [Sad Face]
I almost let five years get away without commemoration. Thanks everyone for watching, helping, and relishing. Also available on: Vimeo – iTunes – Blip.tv Continue reading Five Years Later
Since 2007, I’ve tried to make Art Relish a resource for Atlanta art, posting all the event announcements I can and talking with artists and others who make, show, and support the stuff we’re looking at. Managing the site on my own in the midst of a family and day job can be difficult and crazy making. There’s always something I miss or get behind on. I hate having such long stretches between posts, but that’s the way of blogs. Five years is a long time to keep one going.
What’s important to me though, and part of the goal that I’m working toward, is facilitating an open community driven by its members. And here we are.
For those of us interested in such things, here’s a complete report of all the Twitter posts tagged with #FLUX2011. I think it’s an interesting way to visualize what people were talking about.
214 tweets were seen by 65,390 people who among them saw #FLUX2011 tweets 158,510 times.
This is from TweetReach.com and goes from Sept. 24 to about noon on Oct. 1.
You can also download a PDF with pie charts, impressions ranking and such: Tweet Reach for #flux2011.
Twitter posts tagged with #flux2011
So yesterday marked four years since the first post on ArtRelish.com. It seems like forever and brand new at the same time. It’s nice to see how much you all value the documentation of Atlanta’s art community. Occasionally I even get recognized as “the Art Relish guy,” which is awesome. This year has been a big one. After getting a tiny handle on fatherhood, changing day jobs, and finishing my MFA (yay!), I’ve managed to increase both the quantity and quality of the work here. Collaborations with Atlanta Celebrates Photography, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and WonderRoot, among others, have … Continue reading Art Relish is Four!
Ola Bad, “You Can’t Buy This,” through Oct. 21. ABV Gallery 659 Auburn Ave #504 Atlanta, GA 30312 Continue reading Ola Bad at ABV