“Wa-wa juice and cracker! I wan’ get up!” has been my daily wake up call for almost a year. My near two-year-old son and my four-year-old daughter often end up in our bed sometime in the night. Bleary eyed, I crawl to the end of the bed trying to squeeze my way out without disturbingContinue reading “Practicing Presence: Eternity’s Gate”
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This is the ad I placed in the I-70 Scout in Eastern Colorado. We attempted to conduct 50 door to door surveys and offered the questions up to the readership in local Adams and Arapahoe counties.
8000 Mattresses a day are sent to landfills. They can weigh up to 60lbs and take decades to decompose. Recycle Yours. Create a Job. #SpringbackRecycling #winwin #culturecitizens http://springbackrecycling.com/mattress-recycling/
In a landfill, mattresses can absorb hazardous materials and store flammable pockets of air. Recycle Yours. Create a Job. #SpringbackMattresses#winwin #culturecitizens http://springbackrecycling.com/mattress-recycling/
30 Million Mattresses go to landfills each year. At the same time 66% of formerly incarcerated men are without employment. Recycle your mattress, create a job. http://springbackrecycling.com/mattress-recycling/
This past summer I spent several weeks in Casablanca, Morocco. An artist friend and I “stumbled” upon the first International Biennale of Casablanca. We visited several of the major sites for the event. One of the venues we visited was the Ex-Cathédrale du Sacré-Coeur, a former cathedral. Entrance was free to see the art. However,Continue reading “Institutional Critique or maybe not? Casablanca”