At the Open House and Golgonooza House “Warming” we had 25 people attending. It was very comforting to have the support of all these special people, many of whom drove a distance to be here. I have dedicated part of my “Vermont Views” article this month to my feelings after this event, and include an [...]
Category Archives: Refounding Golgonooza
We are offering these small enrollment* intensives Intro to Letterpress : January 29-February 1st We will begin with the basics of hand composition and design and print a broadside with the quote of your choice. $900. Writers Broadside intensive: January 22-25 We will compose, select, design and Letterpress Print your own poem or prose lines, making [...]
From November 17 -21, 2014, Thom Burden’s extraordinary team worked to install heat back into Golgonooza. It has been a full year since I lost the use of the last pellet boiler, the day before Thanksgiving, 2013, and I survived the winter using only the back up oil boiler which did not keep up through [...]
A grey day here after the nationwide election. NH held much of its momentum.
Students in attendance at MassArt opening event, with instructor Keith Cross as Julia Ferrari discusses the exhibit.
Dartmouth College visits Saturday October 25, 2014, a day with Dartmouth College, great students, great day. Lunch in the sunshine by the covered bridge.
Today I met with APHA New England at my exhibit The Whole Art of Language, Julia Ferrari’s & Dan Carr’s Presses at Golgonooza which is on exhibit at Mass College of Art & Design, in Boston. We did a walk through of the exhibit which chronicles the history of our press and it’s roots [...]
Delay after delay on getting estimates on installing a comparable pellet boiler … now working to get it in before the cold weather, and working with the restrictions of the space. We had hoped to have accomplished a long term solution on keeping the cost of heating Golgonooza level (relatively) by installing the Tarm Multi [...]
A Place of Brilliance Today I think about your journey Imagine the things you have seen … How nebula spiral through pale starlight Like DNA forming the color of a baby’s eyes Through rivers of rain and unmoving ice, Shimmering sand and unrelenting heat, Valleys of deeply scented flowers stained the color [...]