A Year in Review: A Photo Journey with Hilltown Families

Jan 1 2013
Western MA in 2012: A Year in Photos   [continue reading]

What If All The Natural Gas In The United States Was In Urban America?

May 16 2012
Published by under Art, Poetry and Musings
missing image Photograph by Les Stone
An open question for consideration: suppose that the United States’ massive natural gas reserves were located exclusively beneath urban sites. Would these regions encounter hydraulic fracturing? Would the practice exponentially increase across the metropolitan areas of Dallas or Boston as it has in rural [continue reading]

The Tree That Bursts Through The Silo

Apr 30 2012
Published by under Art, Poetry and Musings
missing image Tree In Silo ; Ken Wolf
Many thanks to MarĂ­a Arambula for sharing on our Arts and Culture Feed A.G. Sulzberger’s latest rural dispatch for The New York Times , “Amid Rural Decay, Trees Take Root in Silos.” The image of these [continue reading]

Photographing Rural Maine, Beyond The Vacationland

Apr 24 2012
Published by under Art, Poetry and Musings
missing image Gregory Gives his Cousin Lori a Rose, 1983 ; Steven Rubin
This month TIME Magazine’s Lightbox photography section highlights the work of Steven Rubin and his 30 year project in Somerset County, Maine — the fruits of which are currently on view at the drkrm gallery [continue reading]

Poet Laureates, Hall of Famers, and Opening Day

Apr 5 2012
Published by under Art, Poetry and Musings
missing image Bill Mazeroski, after his home run to win the 1960 World Series: James Klingensmith Today is Opening Day for Major League Baseball, that turning of a cultural season to match the Spring’s turning of the fields.  Above we feature a legendary photograph of one of baseball’s finest moments: Bill Mazeroski’s walk-off home [continue reading]

Update: The Black Hills Are Not For Sale

Jan 25 2012
Published by under Art, Poetry and Musings
missing image Mural Installation on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles; Honor The Treaties Facebook Page
Last year we discussed Honor The Treaties, a promising collaboration between photographer Aaron Huey , the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, and a host of urban and indigenous street artists.  [continue reading]

A Jetsonorama Panorama

Jan 20 2012
Published by under Art, Poetry and Musings
missing image
Many thanks to Gary O’Brien for contacting us and sharing this interactive panorama from Jetsonorama’s wheat paste installation in Cameron, Arizona.
What’s striking about this technology is that it not only gives depth and dimension to Jetsonorama’s work, but it reveals how these installations stand as monuments in a [continue reading]

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