Web Sightings for July


Here’s a dozen links for your Web browsing pleasure. Enjoy.

Chicago Artist Valentina Trevino’s weekly Web show in which she works on a new painting while talking about her art and her life.

Check out the episode of Make Some Noise on Canadian-based organization Taking It Global, a social network for youth and educators interested in helping others and affecting social change.

Learn about ten of the most incredible art heists of the modern era at the Rogues Gallery.

Watch the Whitney Museum staff build a geodesic dome for the 2008 Fuller exhibition.

Check out the podcasts created by Pennsylvania arts teachers.

Big Picture–Provisions for the Arts of Social Change surveys artists who engage social issues in their art and who were previously exhibited at Provisions Library (Washington DC) between 2001 and 2006.

Zune Arts features several dozen experimental videos from a variety of visual artists.

Scott Mutter employed classic photomontage techniques to create a world of his own — a more perfect world.

Generate “word clouds” from text that you provide with Wordle.

Women in the City is a viral public art exhibition featuring the work of Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Louise Lawler, and Cindy Sherman spread throughout the streets of Los Angeles starting in February 2008.

View iMovies created by middle school students, for the 2008 Annual Mabry Film Festival.

Lastly, see what photographs people are posting on Flickr from around the globe on Flickrvision.