Posts Tagged ‘josef palermo’

Flings & Arrows: When Actors Enter Showmances

“He looked so cute in that costume.”

Diary Performance Pieces of Amber Qualifies as Cruel and Unusual Punishment

Drama doesn't always make for good theater. Interpersonal conflict is at the heart of art, but drama—in the most popular and parroted sense of the word—is something else. Drama means passion and pettiness in equal parts that you don't want to hear about in equal measure. People don't want no drama, and reasonably so. At [...]

Arts Roundup: Flakey Trel Edition

Wilson High School newspaper reports that Fat Trel bailed on a scheduled concert at the school after pocketing his performance fee. [Wilson Beacon]
Why 826DC is awesome [Post]
Pacman and Peso edge closer to North Korea. [Post]
A review of Capital Culture: J. Carter Brown, the National Gallery of Art, and the Reinvention of the Museum Experience [Post]

Josef Palermo [...]

Occupy D.C.’s Portable Art Gallery

The U.S. Park Police make it hard to be a punk.
A guerrilla gallery of Occupy D.C. art assembled by Vestibule D.C. in McPherson Square got the official go-ahead from police following an exchange too brief for the word "standoff."
Vestibule organizers Josef Palermo, Joseph Orzal, and Adrian Parsons showed up shortly after noon on Friday with [...]