Poetry can often channel grief, pain, solidarity, and resistance in ways that everyday language can’t. Black Lives Matter: Six Poems — Discover I discovered this post on WordPress and thought it was worth sharing!
I read this book because Cindy Ingram, who operates as The Art Class Curator, has set up a discussion of it on Zoom. Cindy was invited to speak to our museum docent group a couple of years ago about how to engage students with works of art. I have followed her ever since. Even if
Some of you may recall that I’ve been working on a series of abstract migrants that are inspired by my color studies and the seasons. Summer came into being a year ago (almost exactly, though unplanned). Summer is part of the green study and Autumn came during the brown study. Winter showed up earlier this
I just finished this: my first borrowed ebook from the public library, with many thanks to the library employee who called me on the telephone and cut through a bewildering number of options to click, click, click my way to success. (Oh, no, clicking on “Let’s Get Started” was not a good idea.) Sarah Ruhl,
What to do with the first fresh Oregon strawberries of the season? Other than pop them into one’s mouth entire, of course. Make Strawberries and Cream cookies. Very tasty. Very rich. Very strawberry.
Today my crew went downtown and spoke up for George Floyd. We used chalk, lit candles and read Allen Ginsberg’s “America” for the world to hear. RIP George Floyd. LINK TO VIDEO Update – Today we went back to see the mural and the candle we left was still lit, and several more candles have
Last night we had fun making naleśniki – Polish pancakes. We had two fillings– one is a white cheese (farmer’s cheese-like, though saltier) with onions and chives, the other is beef and tomato. You roll them up and fry them– super delicious. Of course, I had to throw in a salad 🙂 I can think