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    Posted November 1, 2010 in Events
    Smudging, used for centuries to create harmony and peace, is usually done by burning of herbs or incense for cleansing, purification, protection of physical and spiritual bodies, banishment of negative energies and creation of sacred space. On Friday, October 22, I went to a different kind of smudging. An Art Smudge. OK, the official event title was SITE:LAB, but the spirit of the event created a great energy. Linda LaFontsee came up with the phrase “art smudge” to describe the goings-on at 833 Lake Drive SE. The 24,000-square-foot, mid-century modern building, soon to be the new location of LaFontsee Gallery, was once the home of medical and dental offices and Network 180, the mental health authority for Kent County. But LaFontsee wanted the vibe of the space to morph from sterile to sensational. Demolition, transformation, and repurposing were some of the themes of the site-specific installations by faculty, students and alumni from several colleges, including this one by Kendall Assistant Director of Exhibitions, Michele Bosak. I spoke with Peter Jacob, Kendall’s Alumni Director, who explained the concept behind the installations Read More…
  • Kendall Competes in IIDA Finish to Fashion 2010 – Cities Around the World

    Posted October 19, 2010
    On September 30, The Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan, was the location of a unique event that entwined fashion with interior design. The International Interior Read More…
  • Material ConneXion Stimulates Creativity and Innovation

    Posted October 8, 2010 in Events
      Christina Karadsheh fingered and stroked some of the samples on display at the opening event for the installation of a Material ConneXion Library at Kendall. Clearly Read More…
  • Choosing art for ArtPrize takes special effort

    Posted October 6, 2010 in Events
    Making the selections for an Exhibition Center for ArtPrize was no easy task, says Michele Bosak, Kendall's Assistant Director of Exhibitions, assigned to fill the Read More…
  • Welcome to the Kendall Blog!

    Posted September 29, 2010
    We are announcing a new addition to the Kendall College of Art and Design web site. A blog. Yes, just like many in the rest of the world, we are entering the blogosphere with our Read More…