All posts by: Daniel Embree

Learning How to Bless Myself

  When I was growing up, whenever I needed comfort, guidance, or stability in the face of a difficult experience, my instinct was to ask for a priesthood blessing. I asked my dad for blessings as a child when my […]

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About Pricing

There are a lot of factors that go into the pricing of an artist’s work, including his or her exhibition history, previous sales, and what people are paying for other comparable artworks. Fortunately the range in price allows you to […]

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Inspired Texts

INSPIRED TEXTS: How a nonliteral view of Joseph Smith’s translations bridges the gap between religion and art ecently the LDS church published a series of articles meant to provide more transparent information on challenging historical topics. One of these essays tackles the origins […]

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Artist Statement

I am dressed in white in a small space defined by tall white curtains. Through the fluttering part between linen panels, I make eye contact with a man, and he enters the space. “Would you like to receive a blessing?” […]

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Art of the Book: Postponed

The opening reception for the Art of the Book at Dana Hall Gallery in Wellesley, MA has been postponed due to the impending storm. Details TBA.

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Art of the Book at Dana Hall School

Curated by Peter Madden February 10 – March 14, 2014 Dana Art Gallery Dana Hall School 45 Dana Road, Wellesley, MA

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Paradise and Dislocation

Dominican Platform of Performance Fourth International Festival of Action Art and Interventions February 21 – 28, 2014 Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

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Encuentro 2014

Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics June 21-28, 2014 Concordia University Montreal, Canada

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Between

Between December 20 – February 20 Newton Center Starbucks

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Ordain Women

This past weekend a group of 200 women requested entrance to the LDS General Priesthood Conference in Salt Lake City. They were told they couldn’t attend the meeting, which is open to Mormons and nonMormons, because it was for men […]

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