Last night we opened up the known universe & took apart the mandala that had gestated for one cycle in the shop. In doing so we moved the creative energy forward into a new phase for all 4 of us who took part in the event, creating a new form to grow on.
Category Archives: Refounding Golgonooza
Today I went down to Boston to attend the opening ceremony for the TJ Lyons collection at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. I got front row seats and was mentioned in the talk as being the person responsible for suggesting the collection take the current atrium space, which was then empty. I [...]
Transcript 13 / pt. 1 from an interview with Julia Ferari by Jane Noyes, at the David Walters gallery February 7 Jane: Tell me how you met Dan again. I think you’ve told me but my memory is poor. Julia: I was living in Boston. Writing poetry. And I saw an ad in [...]
File 18 / Jane: So how are things going with you in this new year? Julia: …Well I’m coming down the other side of the mountain, kind of. But, yeah, I’m feeling hopeful, energized, just thinking about what I need to do in life and trying not to let my normal way of thinking get in [...]
QUIET FIRE WORKSHOPS, Letterpress Retreat June 4, 5, & 6 improvisational broadside collaboration partnered with learning the undefinable skills of creative unknowing and development for 3 days and nights. $700. Flexible fee. Plus materials fee of $50. shared student rooming available. limited to 6 students interested students should contact the press for a phone interview [...]
Conversation/interview with Julia Ferrari and Jane Noyes (winter MMXIII) PART 2 Jane: How have you been, and how is your blog project? Julia: I’ve been thinking, that’s got to be my future, connecting with other people, having people want to work here, be here with me, making projects together. So it’s sort of—it is that [...]
First game of chess, played with Lawrence Klepp on a rainy Sunday afternoon in nearby Vermont.
Editioned Red run This was the final print run, consisting of four pieces of wood type and some 36 point Gill type (metal type). The print run was a small edition.