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Art and the Wisconsin Uprising

July 26, 2013


Justseeds friend Kim Cosier recently penned an article for the latest issue of The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education (Volume 33: PreOccupy / Maximum Occupancy) about the art and creative resistance of the Wisconsin Uprising. The article is one of the few essays of late that focuses on the visual culture, and addresses various examples of screenprinting, photography, mud stencils, and tactical interventions, among others. Work by two Justseeds members – Colin Matthes and myself – is addressed, along with the photography of Barbara Miner, the mud stencils and prints of Jesse Graves, and the actions by the Overpass Light Brigade. Check it out here.

N30: Climate Justice Actions

N30: Climate Justice Actions

November 30, 2009

One week before the UN climate negotiations in Copenhagen open, and on the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Organization (WTO) protest in Seattle in 1999, major demonstrations, teach-ins and…