Elen describes her experience of discovering Hokkaidos forest and the art work inspired by it.
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An Artist's Love for Animals
Michelle St. Vrain, a local Sioux Falls artist, presents her artwork on animals that she created during her undergraduate and graduate career in relation to her transition from childhood to adulthood and her beliefs on animal's rights.
An Artist's Encounter with Lacquer
BY MARIE DO HYMAN-BONEU
@ VOL 4
ON SEP 15, 2016
Lacquer is an ancient art that is the subject of Marie-Do Hyman-Boneu's presentation. She is a French artist who has been working with vegetal lacquer since 2001, when she travelled overland from Europe to Hanoi in Vietnam. What exactly is lacquer and how does she use it in her personal creative process? Marie Do shares her practice with us in ‘An artist's encounter with lacquer.’
THE HOUSE, AN ARTIST'S RETREAT
BY MARK WHITE
@ VOL 15
ON NOV 19, 2016
Mark White, a jovial Canadian living in Kobe, talks about a share house project he is building and constantly tinkering on, called The House. Welcoming guests from all around the world and sharing experiences with them are his prime motivations through this project.
Why Forests Matter
"This is the Black-throated Green Warbler. I know how to do the birdcall for this, but I'll do it afterwards, I promise."
In Why Forests Matter from PechaKucha Buffalo Vol. 19, Deputy Executive Director of the Nature Conservancy of Central & Western New York, Jim Howe, explains the three-part mission of organization: to protect land and water (120 million acres around the world, including 100,000 acres in Western and Central New York), to transform policy and practice for sustainability and to inspire people to connect with nature. Why do forests matter? Howe leads us on a tour of protected forest lands that provide imporved healthed and mental outlook, as well as critical habitats for wildlife. And Howe's Black-throated Green Warbler call was a show stopper!
From Fear to Love of Forests
BY BETH LAZAR
@ VOL 2
ON SEP 12, 2018
When Beth Lazar moved to rural Ct. from Philadelphia, PA., her cousin scared her into thinking she'd be eaten by lions, and tigers and bears! She grew to love forests and now wants to preserve forests and open green space, especially 400 acre Remington Woods in Bridgeport, CT.