Doug Harvey is best known as the art critic for LA Weekly, the largest circulation free weekly newspaper in America, and has written museum and gallery catalogue essays for Jim Shaw, Jeffrey Vallance, Camille Rose Garcia, Tim Hawkinson, Georganne Deen, Margaret Keane, Big Daddy Roth, Thomas Kinkade, and many others. Harvey’s curatorial projects have ranged from many traditional gallery and museum exhibitions to CD compilations of sound art, programs of found and experimental films, performance events, experimental radio, artist’s comic books, and zines. He has also been part of the curatorial collective creating the exhibition content and design at the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City, CA. Harvey also continues to maintain an active art career, exhibiting his visual art (painting-based multimedia) locally and internationally, and participating in international experimental sound, radio, and filmmaking communities, most prodigiously in his close association with the 20+ year history of the improvisational audio collage/radio art group Mannlicher Carcano. He lives and works in Los Angeles and maintains a blog at www.dougharvey.blogspot.com and an under-construction website at www.dougharvey.la.