Remember that boys will be boysfeminists, and to support your local girl gangs. Whoot Whooo! FEMAFFECT Life has been exhausting this summer, but oh SO rewarding!
(…thinking about ‘affect’, what it is when it happens – and the colour of marmalade.) Today I also discovered and fell in love with this beautiful, messy, long-form, poem by Canadian poet ‘Alasia’… Alasia Canadian (1997- ) Sep 13, 2016 Star Marmalade Good people and bad things run through meadows and storms hand in hand, theContinue reading “Sweet marmalade/sweater..”
Nope. That’s not me. In truth, I have never fallen off a real horse (and that is not because I am good at it, rather it’s because I have never actually ridden a horse). [However folks, I do perform all of my own real-life stunts.] Still, this image exemplifies what I feel must surly have happened toContinue reading “Getting back on the horse..”
For this post, I want to bring together photos from my family experience of art – ceremony & ‘making-special’ – with text from theorist Ellen Dissanayake’s paper The Core of Art: Making Special. (This paper, The Core of Art, also appears as chapter 4 in Dissanayake’s book Homo Aestheticus: Where Art Came From and Why.) Published by Free PressContinue reading “Extra-Ordinary Art: My family’s ‘making special’”
The makers at Papabubble were featured in this past summers NYC MAKERS exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design. The video seems appropriate for today! Watch out for those witches handing out candy ‘watermelon’ tonight!
(…c’mon, I didn’t say sculls ‘in’ soup!) I love autumn for the cozy and comforting business of cooking with root vegetables and squash & for the excitement and creativity that comes over our community when making our decorations for Halloween! This is the wreath I just made for our front door. I’m quite excited about having worked-in someContinue reading “Sculls’n Soup”