Artists Talk on January 20: Erin Adair and Rebekah Wilhelm

Artists Talks: Erin Adair and Rebekah Wilhelm
January 20th, 10:00am – 12:00pm,
Zygote Press Gallery

Please join us for this set of talks by Erin Adair, TaipeiXCLE Resident Artist, and Rebekah Wilhelm, Dresden Exchange Resident Artist, who will speak about the creative experiences and inspirations they had during their 2017 residencies in Taipei and Dresden.

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Join us for Kevin Hogan’s Artist Talk on 12/7

Please join us this Thursday, December 7th @ 6pm for a talk with artist in residence, printmaker Kevin Hogan, at Zygote Press.

Kevin Thomas Hogan was born in Liverpool, England in 1954 into a working class family of the industrial north. At eleven, Kevin arrived in Cleveland, Ohio after emigrating to the U.S. with his sister and parents.

From England, Kevin brought an interest in drawing and painting to his education at the Lakewood public schools and on to Cooper School of Art and Kent State University. During his time in the Cleveland area Kevin was the gallery director for the New Organization of the Visual Arts and was instrumental in the founding of A Space P Space, later SPACES. Hogan makes sculptural installations, paintings, prints, drawings, and mixed media artwork.

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Artist Talk by Laura Ruth Bidwell Saturday, October 21, 10 am — noon

Mondegreen: The Artist Talk
works by Laura Ruth Bidwell
Saturday, October 21st, 10 am — noon
Please join us at Zygote Press this Saturday, October 21, for the Artist Talk for  Mondegreen, works by Laura Ruth Bidwell. One way a “mondegreen” is created is when a person incorrectly hears a song lyric and then substitutes words that sound similar and make some kind of sense. American writer Sylvia Wright coined the term in 1954, writing about how as a girl she had misheard the lyric “…and laid him on the green” in a Scottish ballad as “…and Lady Mondegreen”.
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C’est si bon
De partir n’importe où
Bras dessus, bras dessous
En chantant des chansons
C’est si bon
De se dire des mots doux
De petits riens du tout
Mais qui en disent long
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Say see bone
Ah bactine ah backtoo
Waddah choo waddah choo
Casey and Dee
So long
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