issue 26 |NOVEMBER| 

                                           

 

n e i l l p r e w i t t

 Some Things That Formed My Art Practice:  My parents are entrepreneurs, and I grew up conspiring with them on how to make a living.  Later, in a DIY music scene I experienced a creative community that blurred the line between artist and audience.  Bill Thelen, an artist and teacher, ran Lump, a project space slash gallery in Raleigh, North Carolina, for 20 years. I had my first solo show there.  Seeing a band perform is fun but kind of boring.  //   neillprewitt.com    https://www.instagram.com/neillprewitt/

Some Things That Formed My Art Practice:

My parents are entrepreneurs, and I grew up conspiring with them on how to make a living.

Later, in a DIY music scene I experienced a creative community that blurred the line between artist and audience.

Bill Thelen, an artist and teacher, ran Lump, a project space slash gallery in Raleigh, North Carolina, for 20 years. I had my first solo show there.

Seeing a band perform is fun but kind of boring.

//

neillprewitt.com

https://www.instagram.com/neillprewitt/

 

c o o r a i n d e v i n

 Growing up, my mother told me I was too smart to be an artist, that I could help the world more by becoming a brainiac chemist, and sometimes I think she’s right. I’ve worked at three movie theaters, four libraries and one small town garden center. Now I make fun things in my basement and sometimes perform live in the rain!   www.coorain.com    www.instagram.com/coorain

Growing up, my mother told me I was too smart to be an artist, that I could help the world more by becoming a brainiac chemist, and sometimes I think she’s right. I’ve worked at three movie theaters, four libraries and one small town garden center. Now I make fun things in my basement and sometimes perform live in the rain!

www.coorain.com

www.instagram.com/coorain