Getting Ready to Travel

So, I’m heading off to Michigan tomorrow for an Art Marketing Action workshop. Leaving a day early so I can drop in the Detroit Institute of Art on Friday. I’ll let you know what I find.

In the meantime, I’ve been trying to tie up loose ends. Got the newsletter to my Web guru a full two days early. Even got my Art Marketing Action Circles lining up nicely. (Did I tell you how excited I am for these?)

And I created four postdated blog entries that will appear on this very page without my having to think about it. I just wish I could count on the fact that Feedblitz is sending out the updates to my subscribers. I haven’t received anything from them since 4/24 and there is nothing on their site. Hrumph!

More from me on the road (or, in the air, as the case may be).

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3 comments to Getting Ready to Travel

  • If you are going to the Detroit Institute of Art, don’t miss the magnificent Diego Rivera murals- there is almost nothing like them in the country. We are living in a time when the art world likes to ignore ordinary working people as a springboard for important art. Rivera’s paintings remind us that this is a temporary detour from one of the major themes in visual art through the ages. Art isn’t always just what the very wealthy say it should be.

  • Thanks, Philip. I’m also very excited to see Whistler’s Nocturne in Black & Gold!

  • Ditto to Philip’s comment. The DIA is a gem–one of my favorite U.S. museums. They have an incredible Artemisia Gentileschi in their collection, well worth a look.