Tuesday, January 16, 2007

First International Cognitive Artist's Exhibition

The Cognitive Artist's Guild (CAG) has announced its first International Exhibition, to be held in Knoxville, TN on Saturday, January 20, 2007 at Victor Ashe Park. CAG members must show their CAG ID to be eligible for competition. There will be no registration fee or registration.

The International Cognitive Artist's Exhibition replaces the Cognitive Artist's Jubilee, or Cogjüb, which had been the premier gathering of CAG members for the past eight years.

1 comment:

Standifer Evasto Visum said...

I am supposed to work on a church Saturday morning, but should be free mid-morn or so.

Looking forward to sitting in my chair and staring at people; I will imagine each to be a character in a play concerning those hapless maroons trapped in a Gulag populated by those who are insensitive to cognitive arts.

They are prisoners of varying degrees of perception, or "inperception" - functional lackeys to a universe of unbridled intellect and insight approaching the infinite (thus the thousand-yard stare I intend to wear).