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 for printmaking and exhibiting her own work for several years, Josie began writing for different publications and has only looked back, like, twice. More at www.josieglassberg.com.

A conversation with artist & activist Fawn Douglas

We talk striptease, stereotypes, and how Black Lives Matter is raising the tide for everyone

/ October 15, 2020

Improv painting

Homero Hidalgo talks art during quarantine, binge watching, and burying symbols in his work

/ July 6, 2020

Do better

The Nevada Museum of Art's Black Lives Matter response echoes the national problem with art museums

/ June 19, 2020

Matching Picture: ‘Mourning piece’

Processing grief through Frances Melhop's new pictures

/ June 6, 2020

Nevada Museum of Art acquires Judy Chicago’s Fireworks Archives

She knew it would take a while for the world to get her work, so she kept very good records

/ May 22, 2020

Makers to the rescue

Renown expands partnership with UNR makerspaces. Next step: 10,000 gowns.

/ April 28, 2020

Has Instagram always been this good?

Art accounts that have brought me back from the brink of seclusion

/ April 20, 2020

Is Artown a go?

Decision planned for early June

/ April 10, 2020

Is art non-essential?

No. No, it’s not.

/ March 21, 2020