Photos 4/16/2012

Here are some photos from my wanderings in the French Quarter this week:  some crawfish and skeletons hanging out, dramatic skies over the river as rain approaches, also some art, architecture, and natural beauty.

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Creativity and Nourishing Herbal Infusions

I love my shelf of herbal magic!!!! Y’all, I’m obsessed. For the last maybe two years I’ve gotten into drinking nourishing herbal infusions.  It’s become my daily health blessing. The weeds that grow in our gardens are dense with nutrition.  Sometimes I think of them as concentrated sunlight.  Getting certain dried herbs and letting them…

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A RIVER IS ONRUSHING LIFE.

This link will take you to an article by Orion Magazine (an environmental rag) about the artist Basia Iriland.  She takes blocks of ice, carves them into books, adds local seeds and lets them melt into rivers. This dialogue raises awareness about the need to develop relationship with our local water systems and plant life…

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The Uniqueness of Being Human: Notes on Alonzo King

Reposted from CIIS MFA blog:By JENELLE CAMPION, student in the Creative Inquiry, Interdisciplinary Arts MFA program On Saturday, Sept. 11, Saturday Night @ CIIS launched its fall presentation series with a talk by Alonzo King, artistic director of the LINES Ballet Company. I am in my first year of the MFA in Creative Inquiry, Interdisciplinary Arts program, working as a mixed media…

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