A new experience not only replaces old ones but also provides a layered view of how we see ourselves, and the world we inhabit. These new narratives, maps, discoveries, often propelled by happenstance, form the foundation of my work, which strives to attain and provide a discourse of globalization in a recognizable…Continue
Added by Nick Katona on December 29, 2010 at 2:04pm — No Comments
Just worked together on a manga cartoon with another TEDFellow named Sara Mayhew! Please help me in this amazing cause of helping the environment of China thru art. Go to KUNG-FU FOR CORAL to learn more!
Added by Joseph Foster Ellis on December 24, 2010 at 4:49am — No Comments
I have yet to write my first "create culture" blog, so here it is.......any questions or ideas just message me!
I like dinosaurs and I love outer space. Now, I can't go back in time and have/be lunch with/for T REX, and I can't have a spaceship outside and go talk gossip with Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Believe me guys… I'd love if I could. However, what I can do is jump into some scuba gear and travel to where (in someway) no man has gone before: the deep blue sea. Being…Continue
Art Heals by Ruth A. Drayer © www.ruthdrayer.com
Creativity and self expression are innate to humans. The earliest healers were painters, musicians and storytellers. The work of Paleolithic artists can still be seen in the caves of Lascaux, France and Altamira,…Continue
Saturday was my farewell party and the Visual Arts Council base, the Henry Tayali Gallery. I was called upon to speak, always a mistake as I am a terrible public speaker, despite my background as an adult educator. Plus I am British so am not very good at showing emotions in public. Here is what I should have said to all my dear friends:
'Thank you for…Continue
Added by LizW on December 7, 2010 at 6:51am — No Comments
Added by Karen Demavivas on December 5, 2010 at 7:22pm — No Comments