I’m still trying to get used to saying “And the Winner Is Nick Kahn.” Fortunately, it rolls off the tongue quite nicely. Now to get the official title into the heads of the community, which is still buzzing about the tournament!
Nick has chosen his other prizes, items pledged during the 5th round of the competition. Continue reading
Phil Drexler, one of the tournament participants who made it to the Final Four came by for the Fine Arts Senior Exhibition tonight. We spoke about Nick Kahn’s victory and watched the video of Nick’s adventures in Greensboro. While watching the video, Phil quipped, “I could’ve been a contenda.”
How did our winner, Nick Kahn, come by this handsome t-shirt and skee-ball trophy? Continue reading
Here are the scorecards for those who made it to The Sweet Sixteen: Continue reading
Somebody came and knocked on the CFG doors today to ask who won the tournament. My favorite thing about this show is that even though it’s over, it’s still not over. Conveniently, relational aesthetics doesn’t have an expiration date.
On April 16th, I asked Michael Rushmore to post an offer on the Go Boards, as I was desperately trying to attract a few bodies to Lee Walton’s talk:
“Also, Professor John Muse will make ‘a fantastic sandwich’ for the person at this event who asks a question, and, in their question, uses the word ‘pants’ either as a noun or a verb (preferably both).”
Peter Loewi answered the call and the put on these pants. Both of them. Today, I made him a sandwich.
Warning: animated gif of sandwich!
From the desks of Adam Van Aken and Aaron Lowe: Continue reading