Monthly Archives: October 2009

Slow Art Ukraine

I received a lovely note from a Ukranian curator talking about a recent piece of performance art he curated at the national museum in the Ukraine.See his text below and the attached documents. I was intrigued to read on Flavorpill NYC about the up… Continue reading

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The Reading Odyssey, a non-profit, aims to reignite curiosity and lifelong learning.Marathon2500 Anniversary CelebrationRegistration is open for Marathon2500, the celebration of the 2,500 year anniversary of the Battle of Marathon. The Reading Ody… Continue reading

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Slow Art at American Art

Jeff Gates, Lead Producer New Media Initiatives at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, is co-hosting Slow Art in DC with Georgina Goodlander and her staff at the Luce Foundation Center. Jeff has written a lovely blog post on Eye Level about the S… Continue reading

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Flavorpill features Slow Art New York

Flavorpill featured Slow Art New York at the top of their weekly issue. Leah Taylor, managing editor, opened up the issue with this:Stop and smell the… art? I’m all for taking a breather, for relaxing my power walk, but this week, Slow Art takes… Continue reading

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Google Wave – wait?

At the Reading Odyssey the goal is to use the simplest technology to engage adults in playing with the greatest ideas of humanity. We don’t get excited about technology for technology sake.We use Twitter, Facebook, blogs (obviously), websites, web… Continue reading

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Flavorpill covers Slow Art London

Flavorpill covers Slow Art London – thanks!Slow Art Copenhagen and Slow Art Portland are this weekend.Thanks,Phil P.S. From Flavorpill’s Slow Art London page (they know how to write):Art exhibitions appear to be increasingly race-like: short sprin… Continue reading

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"Variation" – Darwin150 Lecture 2 by Professor Jonathan Weiner

We had a great lecture tonight live from Columbia University by Professor Jonathan Weiner. His talk – “On Variation” – was the second lecture of our five-part Darwin150 lecture series. Professor Weiner won a Pulitzer Prize for his wonderful book, … Continue reading

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