Geoff Bush describes himself as gregarious and looking forward to Art-A-Whirl and the conversations it brings; way more detail and fascinating side-trips than we can discuss here. He’s pictured with “We Found Peace in a Parking Lot.” It’s a mixed-media found-object interpretation of an I Ching symbol for peace which looks a bit like the two fingers that have become known as the peace sign. He plans to promote the I Ching symbol through T-shirts and other premiums on kickstarter.com.
The tornado’s an apt analogy for what can actually happen at Art-A-Whirl—no matter what your original plan was, you bump into a lot of art and ideas that you might not have expected.
My inaugural post about 15-minute bike rides in NoMi got me from my home to the Guthrie in the time allowed. One thing the RunKeeper app does is that it uses GPS to track elevation. Needless to say, when I bike on the street by the Holiday gas station, MORE »
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