Join the WhiBi Twitter Tour

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

WNYC is teaming up with the Whitney Museum to offer a private, curator-led Twitter tour of 2010, the Whitney Biennial, on Tuesday, March 23rd. We're choosing eight WNYC audience members to participate in the tour-- enter for your chance at being selected!

Throwing their names into the hat already:

p0ps, whose "art-making tool of choice is an iPhone 3GS."

An Xiao, an artist who says she and a friend coined the hashtag that even we use, #WhiBi. It's short for, you guessed it, Whitney Biennial.

Rachel Wells, who loves art and works for the Deputy Commissioner at the Department of Environmental Protection.

Nick Fortunato, who calls himself an "equal opportunity social media junkie."

We'd love to hear from you, too! Enter for your chance to join Carolina Miranda, Biennial co-curator Gary Carrion-Murayari and Jeffrey Inschoof of Pittsburgh's celebrated Mattress Factory.


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Comments [2]

Sorry, so excited to enter, I posted in the wrong place.

Mar. 16 2010 11:51 PM
Emma Lee Presley from Brooklyn

Emma Lee and Elvis have been trolling Brooklyn for the past two years on the site ("Elvis isn't dead, he just lives in Brooklyn"). Elvis shares his thoughts
on food, art (see the "Elvis on art" category), music, and the sporting life of 21st century NYC. While the blog's been quiet for a few months (Emma Lee got a museum job), the pair would love to go live again with a review of the Whitney B. Photo ops and illustrations are a must.

Mar. 16 2010 11:38 PM

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