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The Process (2010)


What Were You Watching? (2009)


Perspectives On Steppin' (2007)

Da Family (2006)

 

Short Films
On The Screen (2007)

Contact Us

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Artist Statement

Welcome.

Hello. Hi.

Literary Workshop Rules
To Write By
By
White Men.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught the literary arts are a safe place to express any thoughts, opinions and points of view or viewpoints no matter what the content even “white supremacy” content holds the freedom to be expressed without anyone taking “white supremacy” content personally or literal.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught the main objective goal to write is to write as much as possible as “white dead males” wrote otherwise the writing isn’t considered good. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught the main goal to write is to write from a white male perspective and matter of opinion and logic and reason. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. literary arts. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. taking creative content personally and being offended. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. subjective opinion. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. objective opinion. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. one doctor’s opinion or one set of doctors from the same network of hospitals or system. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. the Bible. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. the Koran. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. prose. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. poetry. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. any literary alter-ego.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. creative writings. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. a developed writer’s literary voice. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. any content. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. storytelling.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught Television viewers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. Television. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught Television viewers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. propaganda. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught Television viewers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. advertisement. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught Television viewers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. promotion. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught Television viewers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. marketing. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught Television viewers are smart enough to decipher real life vs. Public Relations. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught radio listeners are smart enough to decipher from real life vs. radio. Ok.

In literary workshops we’ve been taught readers are smart enough to decipher from real life vs. magazines or publications. Ok.

“De La Pura Vida,”
“To the Good Life” (According to the Costa Rican greeting.)

Gabriela de la Holm


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"No matter what the provocation, I never fire a man who is honestly trying to deliver a job. Few workers who become established at the Disney Studio ever leave voluntarily or otherwise, and many have been on the payroll all their working lives."
--- Walt Disney

"The first thing I did when I got a little money to experiment, I put all my artists back in school. The art school that existed then didn't quite have enough for what we needed, so we set up our own art school."
--- Walt Disney

Blog
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Podcast
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Self Portraits of an Artist

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Radio Interviews


"What Were You Watching?"
KFAI radio
"Art Matters" May 2009


"Perspectives on Steppin'"
KFAI radio
"Art Matters" March 2007

Print Media

Uptown Neighborhood News - The Process

Uptown Neighborhood News - What Were You Watching?


Public Speaking

Dedication Day - Rudy Perpich Center for the Arts