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Jump the Fork: what we do when things don’t go our way

We are camped in the western and southern parts of Sikkim this week, without internet for the most part (sometimes the whole town's connection goes down because of the weather, sometimes your cybercafe closes before you can get to it). We are well, though, and enjoying our breaks from the writing and keeping in touch, and taking in the views. Even if, when we arrived at the small tourist town … [Read more...]

Artist Profiles Pt. 7

This is the final, part 7 of 7-part series Artist profiles, for the participating artists of STITCH. These artists are creating works inspired by words collected from Durham residents about what they'd like to see their city become. You can buy their specially created pieces through these Kickstarter rewards and to inspire more conversations. Toon Toon and I met through a mutual friend and … [Read more...]

Artist Profiles (part 6): Sarah Goetz, Dave Alsobrooks, Christopher Gergen

This is part 6 of 7-part series Artist profiles, for the participating artists of STITCH. These artists are creating works inspired by words collected from Durham residents about what they'd like to see their city become. You can buy their specially created pieces through these Kickstarter rewards and to inspire more conversations. Sarah Goetz Full disclosure: Sarah Goetz has been my … [Read more...]

Artist Profiles (part 5): Erin Oliver and Claudia Corletto

This is part 5 of 7-part series Artist profiles, for the participating artists of STITCH. These artists are creating work that are inspired by the words collected, for the Kickstarter rewards and to inspire more conversations. Erin Oliver Erin is an artist and teacher who loves to explore and make art.  She concentrates on painting and drawing abstractly (you can see examples here), but … [Read more...]