I took the picture below just off of the coast of Vancouver Island last Monday. Seeing this ball-like cloud from the Tsawwassen-to-Swartz Bay ferry felt like a ‘message’ of sorts, confirming that my visit to Victoria was for me (as I was already feeling) an exercise in coming full circle. Ten days ago I left my […]
How did I miss all three of these events? (…maybe it’s time I handed this Literature Review Exam in and pulled my head out of the sand to have a look around. wink!) I am posting links to A Handmade Assembly, a collaboratively hosted event by Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Center and the Owens […]
I know, I know! I’m in New Brunswick, and YES, there are many, many things that I am thankful for from here too! (I’ll post a list of them soon, promise.) But today, and in honour of all things Thanksgiving, I just have to share that I am particularly thankful for Therese Bombardier and her […]
Please note that when the audio concludes at 6 min:39 sec it is from that point on that, in person, I delivered the written portion of my paper while the silent images changed on the screen. It is not a technical error 🙂
Our keynote address this morning was by the amazingly intelligent, thoughtful, creative and famous Australian artist Patricia Piccinini. http://www.patriciapiccinini.net/ Coffee with new friends Libby and Ruth around Melbourne. @The Little Mule <img src=”https://daniellehogan.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/in sea_thursday-076.jpg” alt=”InSEA_Thursday 076″ width=”560″ height=”389″ class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-1961″ /> @ Little Baba Budan Out on the streets of Melbourne. The famous street […]
I feel really good about how my presentation, Maternal Craft Practices as the Foundation for Bachelor of Fine Arts Pedagogy, went this afternoon at the InSEA World Congress Conference.