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  • John Muse 8:47 pm on April 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Matthew Callinan, Michael Bozzi, ,   

    The coin that ended the Callinan run and propelled Bozzi to The Sweet Sixteen.

     
  • Matthew Callinan 2:44 pm on April 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    So close, but yet so far away! There are officially no curators left in this competition. I am out. Good luck Michael!

     
  • John Muse 9:30 pm on April 11, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Aubree Penny, , Matthew Callinan,   

    Look who’s in the gallery after-hours!

     
  • Matthew Callinan 3:49 pm on April 11, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Evren, Matthew Callinan, ,   

    And one curator remains! I am on my way to Round V. Somehow I missed meeting up with my partner for Round IV (sorry to miss you Evren), but we both managed to get our games in and I squeaked by with 260pts. While the win is nice in and of itself, I’m mostly excited that I’ll have the opportunity to make a pledge in Round V to the exhibition’s winner. Now I have to get creative. What can I do for the winner that would be truly special? I’ve been learning to bake recently. Perhaps I can bake 2 dozen cookies for them? Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

     
  • John Muse 1:35 pm on April 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bret Mulligan, Deep Ghosh, Jesse Shipley, , Matthew Callinan, , Rachel Hoang, Tim Harte, ,   

    Versus wins! With Matthew Callinan, John Muse, Bret Mulligan, Rachel Hoang, Tim Harte, Jesse Shipley, Deep Ghosh, and Tom Donnelly.

     
  • Matthew Callinan 1:52 pm on March 29, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Today was the day of the epic match-up between me and my mother Sheila. I’ll be humble and won’t brag about who won. I’ll only say this….two thumbs, this guy :) Good effort Mom, better luck next time against one of your other five boys!

     
  • Matthew Callinan 8:11 am on March 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Catherine Donovan, grandmother, grandson, Matthew Callinan, mother, ,   

    My grandmother (Catherine) holding my mother (Sheila)

    My grandmother and skee-ball

    The truth of the matter is I have a strong emotional entanglement with skee-ball. My grandmother on my mother’s side, Catherine J. Donovan (also known as Cass or Catty) was born, raised, and lived most of her life in the city of Philadelphia, where skee-ball was invented and patented in 1909. Later in life, my grandmother along with my grandfather and six children, moved to the south Jersey suburb where I would later grow up just two miles away from her home. Here in the suburbs, with a beautiful house and yard, my grandmother and grandfather were to spend their days living the good life, easing into old age with their ever-growing family nearby. (More …)

     
  • Anna Benjamin 1:14 pm on March 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Matthew Callinan,   

    Artist Hank Willis Thomas playing curator Matthew Callinan in an exciting game of skee-ball!
    Come to his talk today at 4:30pm in Stokes 102.

     
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