Posts from the ‘art’ category

WARNING: Graphic Humor May Cause Severe Climate Change Awareness

So here I am, fresh off the proverbial boat to witness Week 2 of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Lima, Peru, aka…

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Lessons for building an ecocity culture

This article was originally published at Matador Network. Note: I added a few more links & photos. Photo: Jean-Dominique Billaud Quick: Name a few cities that…

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“They’re making art out of recycled crap!”

The Art of Recology: The Artist in Residence Program 1990-2013 San Francisco Airport Museum, March – October 2013 United Terminal 3 (exhibition viewable by ticketed passengers)…

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Happy Dia de los Muertos

Note: I wrote this a couple of years ago, but it’s always a fun re-post. Excited to pay my tributes to the ancestors and those who…

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Urban Prototyping: Magical Pieces of the Future

Living in San Francisco, I’ve come to appreciate and almost expect my fellow residents’ relentless drive for innovative use of urban spaces, to redefine what it…

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Dahlia Lama, revisited

Two years ago today, I posted my first Dahlia Lama photo essay, after Deb and I returned from our annual visit to the Dahlia Garden in…

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Do I Need This?

…is the question I ask myself all the time. Living in times in which it often seems harder to avoid new stuff than to accumulate it,…

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Death never felt so full of life

“Let’s have fun at a death party” is probably not the most commonly uttered combination of words in the English language. There’s something a bit too…

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Environmental Artist Blacklisted by Canadian Government. You Can Help Turn the Tables.

“Who was the idiot who approved an art show by that woman, Franke James?” Memorable words from one of Canada’s top officials on hearing that the…

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Street Art and its Role in Creating Ecocity Culture

…is the title of a presentation I will give at the upcoming Ecocity World Summit August 22-26 in Montréal, Canada. I just found out a few…

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