Celebrating Natural Phenomena: Ann Stokes & Welcome Hill Studios

For a weird moment when returning from the Guest House building at Welcome Hill to the Studio House, a few hundred yards away, I thought I heard a flurry of women’s laughter.   The sound emitted was enthralling but unnerving. Unnerving, because, to my knowledge, I was the only person on…

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“Eco-Mediations, Roots, & Radical Rejuvenation”

Pamela Booker presents her eco-project “Where’s Your Tree?,” which explores art, nature, and eco-mediations/interventions driven by historic environmental ruin of the planet and Black lives. Monday, Feb. 20, 7:15 p.m.-8:45 p.m.

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“Anything We Love Can Be Saved”

Part of the work I’m committed to in my role as an educator is helping my students write stories that map the vast terrain of expression in the quest for justice, citizenship, green issues, and moral responsibility to the planet. That said, my aim now, is simply to manage a month…

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Scandalous Pursuits and Springing Imagination

So begin the celebrations of spring, with winter’s aggressive, Shakespearian foulness officially behind us. Sort of. Hopefully… Rife with metaphors of dancing gnomes, chirping birds and blooming flora, my spring represents possessions that have been left behind or released, in exchange for new assets, new growth. This season, I also…

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