Permission Slip

What would you give yourself permission to do?

In this Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts gallery, the exhibit “Paper Dresses” lets you participate in the project by writing your own permission slip and attaching it to the slip.  I gave myself permission to study Korean.

PRESS is a hybrid public art space serving as a gallery, studio and teaching lab. I was lucky enough to be able to watch the students learning and being photographed with their art. North Adams is a very “artsy” town with the Museum of Contemporary Art and a local artist community.

Day 8 – practice speaking Korean – Goal to be able to make smalltalk by January 1, 2014.

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