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Building Blocks of Peace: A teacher's story

BY BEVERLY BRAXTON
@ VOL 6 ON JUN 09, 2018

Come hear how the Sanfordville Peace Wall Memorial came to be. Join Beverly Braxton to learn about how her eight and nine year old students created the memorial and about the ancient symbolism that forms its design. 

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Creating a Lumber Industry in Chile

BY BOB HOWE
@ VOL 6 ON JUN 09, 2018

Bob Howe speaks of his time in Chile in the Peace Corps reforesting to create a lumber industry.

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Life of Slaves on the Kinglsey Plantation

BY PATRICIA FOXX
@ VOL 6 ON JUN 09, 2018

Patricia Foxx tells how her visit to the Kingsley Plantation informed her about the life of slaves there.

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The Struggle of the Magicians

BY TIMOTHY HULL
@ VOL 6 ON JUN 09, 2018

Timothy Hull tells of the influence of the inner circle of GI Gurdjieff on his early art work.

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Anne’s Naive 1964 Roadtrip

BY ANNE HANSON
@ VOL 6 ON JUN 09, 2018

Come along with Anne Hanson on an 822 mile trip in a little unkempt car with a driver whose luck was exceptional.  Stop at a hillbilly bar, check out a mormon dance hall and see magnificent orange cliffs, all in six minutes and forty seconds!

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Surreal Arabia

BY DIANE DEGRANDE
@ VOL 6 ON JUN 09, 2018

Diane DeGrande gives us a peek into the childhood of a typical, 1950’s American kid (hers) growing up in a community built by the oil company ARAMCO for it’s employees in Saudi Arabia.

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Moon, a Boy's Wonder

BY GRIFF FASSETT
@ VOL 5 ON MAR 10, 2018

Griff Fassett shares his story of how as a boy his fascination with the moon led to his discovery of its mechanisms and how it influences his psyche.

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Tales from the Tea Trail

BY ELIZABETH KNIGHT
@ VOL 5 ON MAR 10, 2018

Learn about multi-cultural tea traditions old and new from tea sommelier, Elizabeth Knight. Tea more than a drink, is revered as a sacred plant, a medicine, a beverage, a meal, an expression of hospitality, and an essential component of celebrations around the world. 

 

WARWICK Blog

PK People: Phyllis Lehman


This week's
PechaKucha People spotlight lands on PechaKucha Night Warwick organizer Phyllis Lehman. For Phyllis, art is a form of expression that goes beyond an artist and their medium. She sees it as a theraputic and life enhancing activity that everyone should enjoy and participate in. By day, she is an artist and therapist and by night, a PKN Warwick organizer, so she lives and breathes creativity! Thank you for your PechaKucha passion and we wish you the best of luck hosting PechaKucha Night Warwick Vol. 6. Keep inspiring others to be creative, Phyllis!

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About the City's Organizers

  • Patricia Foxx

    I have enjoyed the continuous learning process that making art offers me. Landscapes, still-lives, and portraits have been my subjects. Sharing my vision of the world, especially nature, with people gives me great joy. As a child I was introduced to art by my father, a professional artist. I have been involved with art all through my life, creating fabric art, teaching water color techniques, and drawing and painting on my own. I professionally designed and created fabric wall hangings and clothing for 17 years and now I paint using water colors, oils and acrylics. I live in a beautiful area that inspires me to paint landscapes.