More about Bowling Green, and a white-knuckle roadtrip

Posted on Dec 31, 2012 in life, teaching, travel | No Comments

So, folks: as promised here’s the skinny on the new gig and our odyssey over the week. I’ve been in the interview process for the last few weeks. Because the job begins in January, interviews had to be conducted via Skype, without the usual on-site second interview. As a result, I still haven’t been up […]

We’re moving! (Again)

Posted on Dec 21, 2012 in life, teaching | 6 Comments

This will be brief for now. I’ll come back tomorrow and put together a more involved, detail rich post. Here’s the deal, gang… I found out at about 7:30 yesterday morning that I will be the new Visiting Assistant Professor of printmaking at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. After 5 ego-numbing years […]

Dissecting A Frog: The End of Frogman’s Press

Posted on Aug 1, 2012 in art | 2 Comments

After 23 years in Beresford, South Dakota, Lloyd “the Frogman” Menard, professor Emeritus of the University of South Dakota, is closing the doors to his press and gallery and moving to a lovely new Victorian in Council Bluffs, Iowa to enjoy his retirement. The Frogman tried to sell the building as an apartment/ studio to […]

We’re Moving to Kentucky!

Posted on May 9, 2012 in art, life, teaching | 2 Comments

Surprise! So, for those of you who haven’t heard (and we have been trying to keep this on the D.L. for some time now–until things were really set in motion and certain,) Blake and I are moving to Kentucky in about two weeks time. We are very excited to be covering some classes for the […]

Home “It’s Time to Move” Home

Posted on Mar 7, 2012 in art, life | 3 Comments

This apartment is too small for us! Here are a few images of our place of residence for the past three years before we move somewhere else this summer. Ideal features of a new place include: On-site laundry (would love our own personal laundry!) A porch I can hang out on More than one room […]