this is the forum I started in CreateCulture.org I have encouraged them to get in touch with you regarding the show as well as the possibility of a feature article (The cu-founder, John Rouse, lives in Brooklyn)
"Disabled people are a big part of our society and I think disabled artists have a big influence on our culture as a whole. Different countries have different ways of dealing with disability and art/artists, and I'd like to encourage discussion on how this issue is dealt with in other countries, as well as my own."
John, send your email address again, am having trouble sending you mail!
don't know if you got my recent email _ how are Amy and John Jr?
I'm back! I'm sorry i stopped participating for awhile. Felt somewhat intiimidated and
not a true "culturalista" because I don't really travel and honestly don't know much about art - just what appeals to me `! my new "resolve" is to involved again and primarily to listen..Still am involved in"art and it's positive impact on phsical and mental" and reently did a show for a cable TV station. Should eventually be on youtube. I'll let you know. Probably will post another discussion once i figure out how. memory is definitel not my strongpoint. Say hi to Nico
sorry for comming to you late.iam currently in johannesburg south south africa. i hope we can connect face to face.i invite you my festival/dream-where i want the whole world to meet in latin america-chile in dance theatre arts encountet 2012.
thanks for checking in with me. I have responded to some open calls for shows, but haven't heard back from anyone yet. Cross your fingers that I can tell you to check at my work at one of the shows soon! But I was thinking the other day that I should post some of my newer work on my page. Happy Groundhog Day, let's hope the critter sees his shadow I think I've had enough of this weather.
Thanks for your interest in Gikuyu community in Kenya. There are many publications on the community and you can get more information from them. But I highly recommend the following: Muriuki, G., 1974, A History of the Gikuyu 1500 - 1900, Oxford University Press, London, U. K. and Mirara, F. Karanja, 2001, Gikuyu Homestead; A guide to Gikuyu Cultur, Vantage Printers, Nairobi, Kenya. Perhaps contact with Greenbelt Movement Office and National Museums of Kenya would give you further information about the site. Visits to the site can also be arranged. Plans were there to develop a Gikuyu museum at the site and a cultural training centre. I am sure this will set the basis for further discussion on the site. Ni Wega Muno!! translated It is okay!!