Thursday, March 31, 2011

Impromptu performing arts judge: Brett Campbell, highly-credentialed journalist and critic; announcements and critics' talk by Robert Pincus Sat, April 2, 11:30 - 2:30 pm, Artspace Shreveport

Impromptu exhibit participants at Artspace Shreveport will hear the announcement of the awards in both performing arts and visual arts on Saturday, April 2nd, 11:30 - 2:30 pm, says Julia Foley.

Visual arts critic Robert Pincus, Ph.D. will offer an analysis of the show. See or an earlier Shreveport Blog post for background on Pincus.

Newly announced is the judge for Performing arts entries. He is Shreveport native Brett Campbell, says Foley.

Campbell writes about the arts for The Wall Street Journal, Oregon Quarterly, Willamette Week, San Francisco Classical Voice, and many other publications. He has reviewed folk, rock and pop music in Austin for the Austin Chronicle.

Campbell was one of seven journalists from around the world chosen as a Getty Fellow in 2007 and as an NEA fellow at Columbia in 2005 and has been given critical access to the highest levels of visual arts, dance, theater, and music. He is a former editor of Oregon Quarterly and The Texas Observer, taught journalism at the University of Oregon, and lives in downtown Portland, Oregon.

A written critique will be provided to all Performing Artists, says Foley.

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