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In Topic: So many Exhibitions, So Little Time

08 April 2019 - 07:16 PM

I'm looking forward to this opening.  https://faroutmagazi...JREMrDftHG0wjsA  

In Topic: So, where are *you* going next?

27 March 2019 - 08:29 PM

I will be down to judge some Steak Cookoff Association steak events.  On Saturday we will be at Trinity Distlllery - http://www.steakcook...dDate=3/27/2019  and on Sunday we will be at  Wild Acre Brewery - http://www.steakcook...dDate=3/27/2019 .  I like Fort Worth, It isn't as hip style wise as it's neighbor Dallas.  But the arts museums are pretty incredible.  A big plus is I will get to spend some time with a niece.  The steak judging is a move beyond KCBS bbq judging.  The bbq judging I have been doing for 15 years now.  The steak for only 4.  I have entertained checking out World Food Championship but for now have decided to not go that way.  Competition food judging has given me a chance to explore a very niche part of the culinary world and meet some interesting and fun people, both the cooks and the judges.  We do consider ourselves family.  If I have time in Fort Worth I will try to get to the Kendall museum.  And I have left meals up to Janet.  .  

In Topic: So, where are *you* going next?

15 March 2019 - 03:56 AM

Fort Worth at the end of the month

In Topic: So many Exhibitions, So Little Time

28 February 2019 - 08:03 PM

The next show I am looking forward to is https://philbrook.or...ry-clark-tulsa/ 


Here is the museums blurb.  "World-renowned photographer/filmmaker Larry Clark was born and raised in Tulsa. From 1963 to 1971, he photographed the daily lives of his friends. He captured unforgettable images of sex, violence, and drug use alongside intimate moments of solitary contemplation. These images were collected in Clark’s legendary and controversial 1971 book, Tulsa.

These pictures launched both Clark’s career and a new style of photography marked by equal parts intimacy and objectivity. Filmmakers Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, and Gus Van Sant cited Clark’s visual influence on their films Taxi DriverRumble Fish, and Drugstore Cowboy, respectively.

The gritty, honest, and ultimately compassionate look at drug abuse in Tulsa feels timely and vital even now as the United States grapples with a wide-reaching opioid addiction and renewed debates about gun and domestic violence. These concerns are at the core of the Philbrook Downtown presentation of selections from Philbrook’s newest acquisition, a 50-print portfolio of photographs from Clark’s Tulsa series.

Larry Clark: Tulsa is presented with generous support from the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation."

In Topic: Get paid $10,000 to move to Tulsa

29 December 2018 - 06:50 PM

Apparently they were able to entice some people to relocate.  https://www.readfron...IUnk61LQJIJdvLI  


And here is their official web page for Tulsa Remote.  https://tulsaremote.com/