Top to bottom, Hilary Irons and Al Crichton
Top to bottom, Hilary Irons and Al Crichton
Al Crichton, artist, writer and Waterfall Arts cofounder, has been interviewing artists via Zoom to address his concern for artists currently exhibiting work in galleries and spaces with no audiences to view them. The series is an extension of Crichton’s column, HiLo Art, in The Free Press, and he dubs it the “Ghost Ship Series.” The interviews can be viewed on YouTube; visit waterfallarts.org for the links.

Just released is an interview with Portland-based artist and curator Hilary Irons discussing her artist practice; “The Spiral Staircase,” her show at Unity College Center for the Arts; and several of her pieces from the show.

Also on the Waterfall site is an interview with Belfast native and Hampshire College student Soren Moesswilde, who installed his final senior art project in the empty Clifford Gallery at Waterfall Arts.

Artists with work in an empty gallery are invited to email Al Crichton at alan@waterfallarts.org to set up an online interview.