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Christine Wong Yap Gets the Lay of the Land
Multidisciplinary artist Christine Wong Yap has been on weeklong trek through land art destinations in Utah. Highlights include Nancy Holt’s Sun Tunnels, Spiral
100,000 Visitors and Counting
Kimmy Hill won the amazing prize today for being visitor number 100,000 to International Orange! Here she is pictured with her son; IO team member Allison Frost; and the
International Orange in the NYT
Wonderful coverage of International Orange in the New York Times this Sunday. Download the PDF, and if you haven’t yet, be sure to come down and see the exhibition!
Jeannene Przyblyski on Open Space
International Orange artist Jeannene Przyblyski has written a great piece about the Golden Gate Bridge and her K-BRIDGE project for the SFMOMA blog, Open Space. Read
International Orange Opens: Read About It in the SF Chronicle
“It became as clear as the day that if [they] could pull this off it would be the most fantastic site-specific art installation this city has ever seen,” Sam
Musings from Donald Fortescue
CCA educator Donald Fortescue has been working with a group of grad students at the FOR-SITE residency site in the Sierra foothills. Read his impressions and see photos
Caught on Camera
The critter cam at our Nevada City residency site has been active lately. Here’s a snapshot of a recent visitor.
Goldsworthy’s Wood Line in the Examiner
Have you walked Andy Goldsworthy’s Wood Line yet? Ari Burack’s brief article in the SF Examiner is a reminder to get out there!
Andy Goldsworthy on KQED
Andy Goldsworthy‘s talk for City Arts & Lectures will be broadcast on KQED-FM on Sunday, August 28, at 1 p.m. and again on Tuesday, August 30, at 8 p.m.
Wood Line Is Complete — Read About It on SFGate!
All the hard work has finally paid off — Andy Goldsworthy’s Wood Line is complete! Thanks to Andy and team! Read Sam Whiting’s article on SFGate, and
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