Josie Glassberg

All posts by Josie Glassberg

Looking at art is Josie’s favorite thing to do, followed closely by writing about it. After attending St. Olaf College in Minnesota for printmaking and exhibiting her own work for several years, Josie began writing. Her work has been published by the Reno News & Review, Fibonacci magazine and Capital City Arts Initiative. Her day job is teaching art and gardening to middle schoolers. Josie no longer has strong bangs, so she has been doing fewer art reviews and more meditation-based writing for Double Scoop. More at www.josieglassberg.com.

Up in arms

The Nevada Museum of Art aims for a gun exhibition that stays on message and above the fray

/ February 14, 2020

I’m gonna take my horse …

A music-inspired exhibition at the 36th annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering celebrates black cowboys

/ February 12, 2020

Matching picture: Austin Pratt’s world was a good place to question my own

A probing search for order in a universe that may or may not be benevolent

/ January 30, 2020

Happy trails to you

A Reno collective erects the first piece on a planned Verdi-to-Gerlach art trail

/ October 28, 2019

You can (sort of) go home again

 Shawnie Personius makes objects and spaces that represent domestic trauma—and a path forward

/ October 2, 2019

Land art legend Michael Heizer is a tough nut to crack

Bill Fox's new book on the reclusive artist is one part art criticism, one part unauthorized biography

/ September 24, 2019

MATCHING PICTURE: Meditation room

Galen Brown’s wall works invite an inward journey

/ July 30, 2019

Lost in space

Trevor Paglen’s defunct satellite won't reflect light from space as planned, but it still reflects plenty about us

/ May 16, 2019

Charting a path from “rape culture” to “consent culture”

The Reno arts community regroups after a sexual assault allegation

/ May 4, 2019