Author Archives: Julia Ferrari

Performing and Interpreting the Printed Score

Performing and Interpreting Score

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Quiet Fire Type and Sound Residency

 

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Nate Schaffer and Gahlord Dewald at the Quiet Fire Music and Typography residency

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Quiet Fire day two

We worked in an interdisciplinary mode, with a combination of making improvisational music the first evening, then the next day, setting the interpretation of the previous night’s music into a hand set letterpress score using the hands-on craft of letterpress to create an “abstract geo-spatial work”*…   *quote from Nate Shaffer, musician & participant in […]

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QUIET FIRE WORKSHOP at Golgonooza Letter Foundry

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Journaling to deepen your spiritual practice

I will be teaching a class at the Stone Church Arts Center in Bellows Falls, VT on Sunday March 25 9:30 a.m.-12:30 in Currier Hall Journaling through the Seasons Mar 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2018 INFOTICKETS This class will explore journaling using nature and weather to prompt us into writing and image making. The […]

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REFLECTION

REFLECTION This week I had a dream in which I encountered several mirrors. This led me to contemplate the meaning of Reflection…and what that word may encompass? When we reflect, we pause to understand the reasons, cause, effect or results of something…we examine or “turn things over” in our mind at length, until we understand […]

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OUR EXPECTATIONS

OUR EXPECTATIONS   The towers of San Gimignano, visible across a half dozen miles of Tuscan landscape were an intriguing sight. We were in Certaldo for an unhurried daytrip from Florence. I remember experiencing a moment when a voice in my head said “why can’t we go there and have that experience,” and I had […]

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Aldus Manutius and printing in Venice

 

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Casting machines

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