Photographic collage by intern, Meghan Graham, of interior or Golgonooza.
Category Archives: Refounding Golgonooza
FEAR (*Article previously published in Vermont Views) Recently I’ve been reminded of the power of fear—our collective and our individual fears: of moving forward, of the unknown, of change. Trauma in life hits us with such unexpected force, catching us unaware or unprepared and sometimes leaving us seemingly incapable of dealing with the after effects: [...]
Ashuelot’s Julia Ferrari and Dan Carr turn passion into art From Posted: Saturday, June 5, 2004 12:00 am in the Keene Sentinel By Will Coghlan Like something out of a limerick, they are two artists from Ashuelot whose names fit together for a piece of clever, if tired, word play. She’s Julia Ferrari. He’s Dan Carr. [...]
Announcing our new fall workshops see QUIET FIRE RETREATS
A QUIET RAIN FALLS We finally got some cumulative rainfall in New England, a downpour, and the day before, a quiet rain overnight. This is needed here for the crops to grow … that slow penetration of water, to mingle and make available the soil nutrients, then sun to warm [...]
QUIET FIRE WORKSHOPS Golgonooza International School of Typography & Letters conducts Classes & Workshops as well as having some special residency programs for students in the following areas: Typography, Binding, Letterpress printing, Broadside making, Art/Printmaking, Writing 2016 Season QUIET FIRE workshop/ retreat series Taught By JULIA FERRARI [...]
Today I held the first Quiet Fire Retreat, with four of us (Anna Horvath, Gahlord DeWald, Greg Fisher, and myself), working improvisationally together, constructing a complex letterpress form, using lots of multi-letter sizing and hand fitting…hard work… especially doing design changes, which require reworking the fill spacing around the various sizes. We pushed beyond the [...]
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.