Studio Art MFA Food for Thought Lecture Series: Roberta Fallon and Libby Rosof

Ms. Fallon and Ms. Rosof are well-known for their blog, the artblog, started in April 2003. Multiple award winners, they each have an honorary doctorate in fine arts from Moore College of Art (2008). Not only are they active and informative art bloggers, they are both artists. Here are some resources on the pair, available to you through the UArts Libraries:

“Report from the Blogosphere: The New Grass Roots” from Art in America, v.59, no.10 (November 2007) reviews a panel discussion about art blogging and its contributions. Ms. Fallon and Ms. Rosof both participated in the conversation. This article abstract was found using WilsonWeb (if  you are off campus, you will have to login to these databases first) and is available in print in Greenfield Library.

Roberta Fallon discusses the lively art scene in the city in “Philadelphia: The City According to Art” from Art Review (London), no. 3 (September 2006). She focuses on how young artists are leaving New York and heading south to Philadelphia to become leaders in cutting-edge media and contemporary art. A guide to venues in the city is included. The full text of this article is available in WilsonWeb.

“Come and Get It: Pair Hand Out Free Art; Out of the Galleries, Onto the Street” by Eils Lotozo for The Philadelphia Inquirer (March 10, 2005) looks at Ms. Fallon and Ms. Rosof as artists, rather than as bloggers. The full text of this article is available in LexisNexis.

Libby Rosof and Roberta Fallon (read more at Artjaw.com)

Libby Rosof and Roberta Fallon (read more at Artjaw.com)

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