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J. Paul Getty Museum 2h
Join Margot Fassler—professor of theology at —on 6/23 through the stages of creation according to the Book of Genesis and an egg-shaped model of the universe as envisioned by the German nun, visionary, and scientist Hildegard of Bingen
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Michael Wright 7h
Replying to @kayaoakes
exactly. It seems like those who make good 💸 are people who already had a substantial platform before they started. The Masterclass for writers.
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Michael Wright 7h
congrats! 🎉
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Michael Wright 7h
Replying to @maggiesmithpoet
🙏
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Michael Wright 7h
Replying to @kayaoakes
there has to be another way. I just don't know what it is (I'm not sure quasi-blog/newsletters like Medium or Substack is the answer either)
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Michael Wright 7h
Replying to @kayaoakes
UGH it's not a sustainable model to turn every writer into writer-marketer-publicist hybrids.
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Michael Wright 7h
Replying to @maggiesmithpoet
These "keep moving" posts are a gift, and they resonate with Mark Strand's lines: "I move / to keep things whole."
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Michael Wright 8h
Replying to @kayaoakes
I think this all impacted my decision to do a newsletter, and it’s a constant struggle to give attention to that labor of love while also balancing with a search for *paid* gigs
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Michael Wright 8h
Replying to @kayaoakes
OH I have so many thoughts on this. Some things I’m noticing: -build your platform” mythology -realizing social media doesn’t pay for threads/posts -algorithms making it hard to be discovered -pressure from publishers to demonstrate an audience *before* a book deal
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satsuki shibuya Jun 16
For those interested in the intersection of art and spirituality, 's curated list of art shows in LA might be just what you are looking for. :)
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Michael Wright Jun 17
Replying to @FreedalynGreene
Thanks so much, Freedalyn
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Michael Wright Jun 17
Replying to @mjeffreywright
Zach Harris evokes the "mythical figures" of the zodiac to paint "esoteric speculation" for David Kordansky Gallery:
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Image Journal Jun 17
Replying to @Image_Journal
"Art-making is an unknowable, untamable, wild form of inquiry. You never know where it will take you." -Erica Grimm
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Michael Wright Jun 17
Replying to @MarcianoArtFDN
Jim Shaw remixes pop icons and esoteric Masonic symbolism at :
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Michael Wright Jun 17
Replying to @AnatEbgi
Faith Wilding dialogues with Hildegard von Bingen's mystical visions in her "Scriptorium Revisited" show at :
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Michael Wright Jun 17
Replying to @mjeffreywright
A group show at Parker Gallery celebrates the "proto-shamanic role" of artists who create work with "the latent powers of alchemy, Kabbalah, totemic thought, and hermetic diagrams, often convening with the unknown":
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Michael Wright Jun 17
Replying to @lmecham
I'm so glad, Lisa! thanks so much for saying that
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Michael Wright Jun 17
This week in Still Life: An anthology of quotes that blur the lines between creativity, spirituality, and consciousness.
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Michael Wright Jun 16
Replying to @lmecham
JEALOUS
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Michael Wright Jun 16
Replying to @mjeffreywright
Josef Strau dialogues with ancient Christian icons at Gaga & Reena Spaulings Fine Art, Los Angeles:
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