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In a time when American poetry was still constrained by formalist rules, the Beat Generation broke down convention in favor of uninhibited expression. Suddenly, poetry became immediate, unposed, a moment captured on the page. Allen Ginsberg‘s work is emblematic of this style, and, in Snapshot Poetics, his photographs are too. Find this book on wccls.org or on the shelf here at OCAC: PS 3513 .I74 Z475 1993.
Anders Ruhwald lives and works at Cranbrook Academy of Art outside of Detroit, USA. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in London in 2005.Ruhwald has had more than 20 solo exhibitions for the last 10 years in museums and galleries around the world including Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (UK), The Museum of Art and Design (Denmark) and the Saarinen House (USA). During the this time his work has also been shown in more than 80 group shows at venues like Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco), Fondation d’entreprise Richard (Paris), Pinakotek der Moderne (Munich), Taipei Yingge Museum (Taiwan) and Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Copenhagen) His work is represented in over 20 public museum collections including The Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), The Denver Art Museum (USA), The Detroit Institute of Art (USA), Musée des Arts Décoratifs (France), The National Museum (Sweden), The Museum of Art and Design (Denmark) and Taipei Yingge Museum (Taiwan).
In 2011 he was awarded the Gold Prize at the Icheon International Biennial in South
Korea. He also received a Danish Art Foundation three-year work-stipend in 2010 and the Sotheby’s Prize (UK) at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2007. Reviews include publications like the Guardian (UK), Wallpaper (UK), Artforum.com (US), Financial Times (UK) and Avenuel (Rep. of S. Korea).
Ruhwald has lectured and taught at universities and colleges around Europe and North-America since 2006 and has held an associate professorship at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently he is the Artist-in-Residence and Head of the Ceramics Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, USA.
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The navigation of legal issues can be difficult and complicated. EBSCO’s Legal Information Reference Center aims to uncomplicate these challenges with handy guides and access to forms. Here’s a description from Arlene Weible at the Oregon State Library:
The State of Oregon Law Library has purchased EBSCO’s Legal Information Reference Center. This resource is accessible from any browser, any location, within the borders of the state of Oregon. People do not need to come to a library for access.
This service contains a large number of NOLO legal reference books and various legal forms. NOLO publications are books on common legal topics aimed at non-lawyers. The NOLO books are a good resource for people looking to get a handle on common legal problems.
Oregonians simply go to the link, enter their county of residence for their “patron id” and “oregon” as the password. Neither is case sensitive.
Libraries are free to link this great legal resource to your website and encourage people to use it. If people need more assistance with this and other legal resources they can contact their local county law library or the State Law Library.
Is it a poem or a painting? The answer is yes. Or it is a sculpture and a story, an illustration and an essay. Debbie Millman’s work happens where visual art meets the written word, and in Self-Portrait as Your Traitor, the resulting images are compelling both in narrative and design. See for yourself! Click the cover image to find this title on wccls.org.