New and Improved Website for The Studio Visit Blog!!

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Studio Visit with Kristina Bilonick
The Studio Visit, newly located at, has been published for several years by DC artist Isabel Manalo and has been a great source of information about the local DC art scene. The blog has been updated into a slicker site with more options, including a twitter feed, a facebook discussion option, and a section for critique and events.

The new site includes thoughtful writing, good documentation – both in photo and video – and will include the addition of several new contributing writers including Deborah McLeod, Jiha Moon, Kristina Bilonick, Elise Richman and Jefferson Pinder as contributors for their respective geographic areas. You will soon see visits from all of them so please check often. To find out more about them, click on ‘About‘. They’re amazing artists and writers themselves.

Studio Visit with Joren Lindholm
Also, if you are interested, please join the Facebook Group ‘Studio Visit’ where you can also keep up with the latest news, posts, events and discussions. The studio visit already hosted a lively online discussion on the Washington D.C. art scene this past December which culminated in a live panel discussion hosted by Washington Project for the Arts at the Capitol City Skyline Hotel.

The TSV will also soon be hosting bi-monthly critiques!! Venue to be determined……

According to Manolo, “My goal is to have TSV representation in cities nationwide. I am seeking contributors from any city where there is art being made. If you are interested or know of someone who may be, please email a link to your own site and bio to: [email protected].”

So get on it, Baltimore artists! This is a great opportunity to get involved.

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