I just find this so deeply beautiful.
Category: Open Arts
I teach a Research Methods course and one of my graduate students turned me on to this book by way of her capstone project about negotiation. Negotiation is a skill that the dietetics field is now working on developing within our curriculum so it is highly relevant to my work to read this as well
I completed a draft of COLOR LABS this morning and thought it would be fun to share here. Link below. I have been working on this for too long and it’s not perfect, but here’s to finishing what we start. Link to COLOR LABS: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xsndj96xza0643s/Color%20Labs%20May%202022.pdf?dl=0
Live music: Jazz Poetry Month: Vadim NeselovskyiOdesa—A Musical Walk Through a Legendary City Monday, May 16 at 7:00 PM EDT(Run time: 90 minutes) From the City of Asylum — I wish I could attend in 3D but online is such a privilege– “The most promising of the young improvisers.” (The Guardian/UK). “Extraordinary playing” (Los Angeles Times). “A strong
During visits from friends and family the past weeks I was able to go to the Crocker Art Museum and take advantage of the family membership that was gifted to us for the holidaze. The Candy Store was such a fun exhibit – I am glad I got there. Here’s a link for more info:
The subtitle of this book is “How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women — and Women to Medicine.” I listened to Nimura speak about her new book on an internet book tour, and decided I should follow my first instinct and read it. In 1849, Elizabeth was the first female in America to earn
Divya Victor’s “W is for Walt Whitman’s Soul” is in the ModPo syllabus, and now another of her poems is read and discussed by Padraig O’Tuama on OnBeing’s “Poetry Unbound.” You can find this 15-minute listen here:
Multi-talented Elizabeth Alexander shines as a poet, educator, scholar and cultural advocate. Her new book The Trayvon Generation is showcase for her talents. She names the young people growing up in the last twenty years the Trayvon Generation. She movingly describes the costs and hopes that come out of the last two decades of highly
This is worth a listen — the lyrics are delightful and remind me of Gertrude Stein–
A lovely children’s book we’ve been reading for a few months, though last night Baby A pulled it out herself – very lyrical, great illustrations – definitely worth a look & read if you get the chance!