Lawrence artist Darin White is always thinking about the opportunities of life. His latest exhibition, “Overflow,” which he displayed last month at the Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn, N.Y., focused on life cycles…
Photo by Nick KrugLawrence artist Darin M. White is pictured on Thursday, April 3, 2012 in his home. White recently returned from Brooklyn, New York, where he showed a series of his work.
By Beth Lipoff, May 5, 2012, Lawrence Journal-World
The life of an artist is more than brooding over how to make a piece just right. It also involves raising money to create projects or travel to exhibitions.
And that’s what has Lawrence artist Darin White stressing out these days.
Lawrence artist Darin White’s “Overflow” involves a makeshift barn overflowing with corn. He has just over 24 hours left to raise $5,000 to fund a trip to New York to show the exhibit.
White, a sculptor who dabbles in other media, is waging an online fundraising campaign to help curate an exhibit in New York City later this month. And time is running out for White to reach his $5,000 goal on Kickstarter, the online fundraising portal that giveth and taketh away… (read more)
By Alex Parker in Lawrence.com
Originally published April 6, 2012 at 11:47 a.m., updated April 6, 2012 at 1:59 p.m.
A Lawrence, Kansas-based artist has three days left to reach a funding goal necessary to make his New York debut a reality. Darin White – artist, arts advocate and exhibition curator – has been using Kickstarter.com to raise the $5,000 necessary to finance his solo exhibition later this month in Brooklyn… (read more)
(PRWEB) April 04, 2012
Rex Hausmann wore a homemade panda costume and painted on the floor with water on a sponge-tipped brush during the opening night of his exhibition Universal Language…(read more)
by Theresa Bembnister in the Pitch, February 28, 2012
Curated by Darin M. White at Cara and Cabezas Contemporary
Guest curator of the exhibition is Darin M. White.
White is an artist and independent curator based in Lawrence, Kansas. With his wife Shannon, a painter and arts advocate, they founded b.a.l.m. (beauty, art & life movement). Together they promote creativity and action, and encouraging others in their art and understanding. White continues to expand his artistic medium including: sculpture, installation, printmaking, drawing, producing/ curating/ jurying exhibitions and writing art reviews and articles. His love and awe of life and people are intertwined and explored in these various avenues.
John Hachmeister, The Great Consumer, Rust on tyvec, h 42″ x w 61″.
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Photo by Sean Rosner
Rex Hausmann working on his painting for the Dannin Project at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Rex Hausmann – Dannon Art Project – The Lawrence Arts Center
San Antonio-based artist Rex Hausmann made a corner of the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H., into his personal studio this past week, creating a painting in public view. And on Friday he’ll turn that space over to Lawrence-area artists to respond in their own way.
With the Dannin Art Project — named after the inspiration for the painting, Hausmann’s friends and local arts people Darin and Shannon White — Hausmann hopes to take all the elements that go into a gallery showing and put them right in the gallery for the public to see. Hausmann has made his creative process as open as possible. He’s clearly stated his inspiration, and has even taken the time to explain all of the symbolism in the painting on small posters throughout the makeshift gallery, which is located on the north end of the second floor at the LAC. (read more…)
By Sean Rosner in Lawrence.com, Thursday, January 26, 2012
featuring work by Rex Hausmann and Jimmy Greenfield, with accompanying works by Gina Adams, TR Ericsson,
Matthew Farley, Jane Flanders, John Hachmeister, Elden Tefft, Maria Velasco,Baruch Vergara, and Shannon White.
curated by Darin White and sponsored by b.a.l.m.
January 20, 2011 – March 10, 2012
Opening Night: Friday, January 20, 2012, 6 – 9 pm
by Cara and Cabezas Contemporary Jan 14th, 2011
In the spirit of the 2011 Mississippi Invitational (on view at the Museum through February 5, 2012) we called on our Facebook fans to help us curate a digital exhibition on our Facebook page. This inaugural SOCIALmixedMEDIA Invitational was composed entirely of work submitted by those fans. We thank all of you who submitted, viewed, and engaged with the over one hundred pieces of art in that digital exhibition. View the complete album of all of those works here.
We are proud to present this survey exhibition of some of the most popular and well received works in the SOCIALmixedMEDIA Invitational. These selected artworks are those that received the most positive feedback on Facebook. There are thirteen artists in the 2011 Mississippi Invitational whose work illustrates the bounty of contemporary Mississippi art. Likewise, these twelve artworks in various mediums from the digital SOCIALmixedMEDIA Invitational embody the spirit of the Mississippi Invitational and showcase the breadth of talent throughout the state and beyond.
Metro Arts Alliance and Des Moines Social Club take the post-Mardi Gras theme more literally with “Sweeping Up the Mess” opening this Friday at White Carpet Gallery at Hillyard (4267 109th St., Urbandale). That juried exhibition of painting, sculpture, poetry and other art forms requires the use of custodial supplies and highlights Iowa’s refugee community. Rex Haussmann, Deb Seeger, Jennifer Rivera, Jason Barr, Katherine O’hara and Yarn Dawgz will exhibit.
by Jim Duncan Sept. 22, 2011
Juror/Curator Darin M. White
Booking It To Brooklyn:
A Library of Texas Contemporary Art
(With Some Friends Who’ve Joined Us Along the Way)
Curator: Darin M. White
Produced and Directed by Rex Hausmann and Hausmann Millworks
in conjunction with CENTRAL BOOKING (Jun/Jul 2011)
Review Publishing By Sean Rosner (May 27, 2011)
San Antonio Current By Scott Andrews (May 11, 2011)
San Antonio Express News By Elda Silva (May 6, 2011)
NPR KCUR 89.3 FM Central Standard with Jabulani Laffal
Darin White, b.a.l.m., Rex Hausmann, Hausmann Millworks (Apr 28, 2011)
April 28, 2011 San Antonio Current By Scott Andrews (Apr 28, 2011)
Lawrence.com by Trevan McGee (Apr 27, 2011)
KLWN Special Interview for The New Old San Antonio: Tales From the Little Big Town Exhibit and Events with Co Producers/Curators Darin M. White and Rex Hausmann
by Phil Bradley for Final Fridays (Apr 27, 2011)
Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo. Rex Hausman, left, San Antonio, and Darin White of Lawrence, work to assemble a display of soup cans featuring latin american foods in the lobby of the Lawrence Arts Center on Monday, April 25, 2011. The cans, which are glue drums painted by San Antonio artist Avi Avalos, are a playful take on pop artist Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup cans and were designed to promote an art show featuring the work of over 30 San Antonio artists, The New Old San Antonio: Tales from the Little Big Town, which opens Friday at the Art Center in conjunction with Final Fridays.
April 26, 2011 Lawrence Journal-World by Nick Krug (April 26, 2011)
For image/article in context see April 26, 2011 Lawrence Journal-World Page 3
by C. Michael Cox, Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Darin & Shannon White, Linnea Gabriella Spransy, Rex Hausmann
@ Hausmann Millworks as part of Contemporary Art Month 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 6pm – 8.30pm
925 W Russell Place, San Antonio TX 78212
210.884.6390 | www.hausmannmillworks.com
A panel discussion format & art exhibition will be held at Hausmann Millworks regarding the subject of artistic involvement and integration into society as a whole. Four artists are speaking on their work, ideas on contemporary art making and marketing and their curatorial work both nationally and internationally. Their work will also be available for view at the exhibition coming from San Antonio TX, Lawrence, Kansas & Kansas City, Missouri. (More info and another preview here…)
by CAM and SAHearts March 22, 2011
A highlight of the Lawrence Final Fridays in February and shout out to b.a.l.m. including a few images
by Darin White and links to Shannon White’s recent show.
By Tom King Review Magazine February 25, 2011
Not in Kansas Anymore
Lawrence Artists pay tribute to the city’s original
art collective. Now, isn’t that a gas?
An article in Lawrence Magazine about the 1966 art collective in Lawrence and
a perspective how things have changed or have stayed the same with new artists
collectives including b.a.l.m. Darin M. White was part of producing this collective work.
by Nathan Pettengill Sunflower Publishing Spring, 2010 (Page 64-66)
An article in Lawrence Magazine about art collectives in Lawrence including b.a.l.m.
which the art by all collectives was hosted and photographed at the b.a.l.m. anthropoi exhibition
Curated by Darin M. White. Darin was also was part of the collective work.
by Nathan Pettengill Sunflower Publishing Winter, 2010
A video about art collectives in Lawrence including b.a.l.m. by Sunflower Publishing Nov 1, 2010
Darin M. White worked on the collective art.
Curated by Darin M. White for Final Friday’s at 739 Mass. Flash Space in Lawrence, KS.
Brief write up including a highlight of the b.a.l.m. anthropoi show for Final Friday’s
at 739 Mass. Flash Space in Lawrence, KS. Front image is a detail of a child peering
through artist Lori Bury’s work Telescope (Dreamscape) from the
b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent Exhibit Curated by Darin M. White
By Patrick Giroux /Lawrence Journal World – September 24, 2010
By Aleese Kopf / Lawrence Journal World – August 28, 2010
Clara Houk, 2, Lawrence, peeks out from inside of artist Lori Bury’s sculpture named Telescope (Dreamscape).
Exhibition curated by Darin M. White
Photo by John Young / Lawrence Journal World – August 28, 2010
b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent Exhibit which was curated
by Darin M. White at 739 Mass. Flash Space
in Lawrence, KS
Event highlight of b.a.l.m. WHITE SHOW at Hausmann Millworks in San Antonio, TX
by San Antonio Express-News – February 28, 2010