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Art vs. national security

Photographer Susan Mikula risked arrest (with a shadowy accomplice) to bring you art. She also wants Bill to pose nude, which may also violate some laws. Or something.

You can catch her show at Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield, with an opening reception Saturday June 26th, 4-6pm.

 

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Friday 25 June 2010 - File Audio
2010-06-25  »  Jaz Tupelo

4 Comments

  1. Holyoke Home
    26 June 2010 @ 11:45 am

    What an incredibly articulate and thoughtful artist!

  2. claude hooton
    13 July 2010 @ 9:58 pm

    I was in the West Virginia primary as a member of the Kennedy staff. I was the Chairman of the Citozens For Kennedy in 13 Western States in the campaign of 1960.
    Ted Kennedy was my dearest friend.
    Rachel Maddowis the very best commentator in media today.
    Please tell her that I love her for the service she is doing for our countrry.
    Claude Hooton

  3. vivian f.
    14 July 2010 @ 11:06 am

    As a digital photographer I found this interview very interesting because it is such a departure from my own way of shooting. I enjoyed very much hearing how Susan covertly goes about capturing her images. I need to also be honest and mention that I also enjoyed very much the interjections by Rachel because I am such a hugely loyal fan.

  4. Nina
    11 September 2010 @ 9:47 am

    When she says “I’m sloooooow” she sounds exactly like Rachel, haha!

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