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Botswana - Other Travellers

BY KEITH STEWART
@ VOL 4 ON NOV 18, 2017

Keith Stewart, anorganic farmer, shares photos from a recent wildlife safari in Botswana.

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I Was There

BY TONY COSIMANO
@ VOL 4 ON NOV 18, 2017

Tony Cosimano, a helicopter pilot and musician ‘was there’ at historical events including Kennedy’s inauguration, Viet Nam and Woodstock.

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Tracing My Photographer Heritage

BY GEORGE NICHOLSON
@ VOL 4 ON NOV 18, 2017

George J Nicholson colorfully tracks those who have inspired and informed his vision and creative process, showing examples of their work and how it has echoed in his.

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Hoedads, Volcano, and Quilt

BY HOWARD HOROWITZ
@ VOL 4 ON NOV 18, 2017

 Howard Horowitz worked with his wife Ann worked as tree planters at Mt. St. Helens after it erupted in 1980. Ann sewed a series of quilt pieces about forestry work while it was happening.

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Re-Writing Our Story of  The Tulelake Internment Camp

BY EMILY BOARDMAN
@ VOL 4 ON NOV 18, 2017

A story, most unlikely, of a Japanese American man and Emily Boardman discovering their common history at an WW II interment Camp.

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Growing-up Mennonite

BY RHODA MACK
@ VOL 4 ON NOV 18, 2017

Rhoda Weber Mack grew up in the twilight of the 18th Century, in a Mennonite world still connected to the freeholders of the Reformation. Her talk is about being rooted in a deep common history, and that the fence lines kept out the changing world. The farmland fields of home were bounded by the unknown, and she was curious. Then came the 1960’s—and seismic shifts in the Mennonite world.

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Objects as Magical Decoys and Divine Allurements

BY DANIEL MACK
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 09, 2017

Daniel Mack has been creating rustic work for 30 years, making furniture, architectural and garden structures, and sculptural objects. These 20 images, coming from 20 years of workshops in Making at the Omega Institute, explore the nature of an object-made, bought, found, gifted- as divinations or links between the realms of spirit and matter.  

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Eugene Arcieri - Woodstock Artist Visionary

BY DIANE ARCIERI
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 09, 2017

When Diane Arcieri’s uncle, Eugene Arcieri (1914 – 2005) died, she became the caretaker of his artwork that spanned over 70 years.  While, always drawn to his abstract canvasses and collages, learning more about his art became her passion.   She would like to share is work with a new audience and give “this visionary” a renewed voice.

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A Life in Photography

BY GAIL BUCKLAND
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 09, 2017

Professor Gail Buckland is the author or collaborator on fourteen books of photography and history and was the curator of numerous photography exhibit, nationally and internationally as well as consultant and editor for books and television.

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Message from Armenia

BY LYNN YOULAND
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 09, 2017

Lynn Youland became enamored with Armenia when she was on a traveling fellowship in Islamic Architecture from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.  The many dramatic images are from that part of our world that has been under assault for millennia.  Armenia is quite possibly the place of human origin.

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Prasava Sutra Birth

BY KATE PRENDERGAST
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 09, 2017

Kate Prendergast is a midwife who has worked on four continents seven countries.A year working in a Birth Center in India inspired a series of watercolors that show the variety and richness of the human birth experience. ChildBirth when supported by the Midwifery Model shows a glimpse of the power and intimacy of the first moment.

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My Father’s World: Barns and Farms in Warwick’s Past

BY RICHARD HULL
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 09, 2017

Through twenty beautiful images Town Historian, Professor Richard Hull takes us on a fascinating journey around Warwick in the 1960s when agriculture was at its apogee. Most images were taken by his father Dr. Donald Hull who used them as models for many of his paintings of our town’s landscapes.

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