• Be the Inside of the Vase

    July 7, 2022 | Posted By: | blog: film link · News |

    10 years since the make of Be the Inside of the Vase. The film will be screening at The Third Festival of Chinese Video Artists at the Cine Morelos Cinema, Cuernavaca Mexico. It as a parallel activity in their own Violet Green Festival. Feminisms in Morelos. Thanks to Curator and longtime supporter Elizabeth Ross.

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    Gifts for the River Film Festival

    March 26, 2022 | Posted By: | Academic Research · Art Protest · blog: film link · Eco Art |

    Journey with Water, Betsy Damon in China

    Film screening on the March 25th, 2022 at Central Michigan University

    Gifts For The River Film Festival seeks to celebrate our relationship with the land and waterways that sustain us. To celebrate the artists and filmmakers who are in intentional relationship with the natural world and utilize their medium to create awareness about the issues that threaten Mother Earth as well as celebrate the ongoing resilience of Turtle Island and the peoples who care for it.

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    Kensington Palace Press

    September 10, 2010 | Posted By: | Exhibitions · Press |
    Echo Morgan in ‘Dress of the World’

    Enchanted Palace‘ exhibition at Kensington Palace has  attracted widespread praise. Exploring the lives of the seven princesses who once resided there through ingenious installations in the state rooms, the exhibition will have you wandering spellbound through the palace and will make you look at the lives of these historical figures in a completely different light. Although it features big names such as Vivienne Westwood and William Tempest, other artists, such as Echo Morgan, have also made fascinating contributions which mark them as the potential future stars of London’s art and fashion scene. We were recently lucky enough to be able to talk to Echo about her role in the exhibition, which is open until January 2012, and she has also kindly provided a printable guide to her ‘cabinet of curiosities’ which you can take with you when you go to the palace. — Londonlist Interview

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