I’m excited yet sad to say this will be my last IMA Blog post, for the foreseeable future. (If you haven’t noticed, most of us find it hard to stay away.) I’ll be transitioning into the world of motherhood and all things baby. Writing for this blog has been my outlet for creative energies and personal interests. But I didn’t get to share all of the intriguing, amusing, and strange ideas I’ve archived over the years. So I leave you with my blog bucket list (Please read with the voice of Morley Safer from 60 Minutes):
- Throngs of museum security guards donate hair to Locks of Love
- IMA race car art
- Indianapolis Zoo’s Naturally Inspired Paint Out: My favorite elephant
- Banana Republic’s 2008 ad campaign “The Art of Style: Captured Through Photography”
- Blogger Swap 2010 call out
- My senior thesis and why I believed new media was ruining the culture of Bhutan
- Current state of the art market with an insider’s look from Sotheby’s Institute of Art professors
- Corporate art in Indianapolis- What’s really hanging on the walls at Eli Lilly headquarters?
- The Plaster Belly Trend: 3 Dimensional replicas of pregnancy (only $24.99)
- How to get on the roof of the IMA, an in-depth investigation of the IMA Nuggets
- The girl behind the Upland Brewing Co. Twitterfeed and the cool green key chains she gave away at Bloggers Anonymous
- Micro-donations on the Blog. NPR does it well.
- My life changing experience with Tara Donovan at the Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati
- Following up with Indianapolis City Ballet: What’s next?
- “Synchronous Object for One Flat Thing, reproduced” Web site: Visualizing choreographic information in new ways
- Why people don’t buy art: A recap of OnTheCusp.org’s summer 2009 survey results
- Wilber takes on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail
- The life of a content migrator and why I love/hate wiki
- The making of an IMA Magazine cover (link coming soon)
- IDADA: The Year Ahead
- Sacred Spain: TAP tour survey trends, How did you rate the TAP experience?
- moosh in indy. -The coolest mommy blogger I know
Thank you for reading!
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