Upcoming talk at Women Made Gallery

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Hi All. I wanted to share with you an upcoming talk at Women Made Gallery in April.  Please consider coming by.  I will be talking of my work.  Things that are inspiring and we will be making seed bombs.  Would love to see your smile out there.

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Empty Bowls – First Slice Pie Cafe, Lillstreet Art Center and Lillstreet Studios

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Please check out the following link for further information regarding Empty Bowls. EMPTY BOWLS Friday, March 25, 2011, 5-9pm 4401 N. RAvenswood Chicago, IL  60640 Information on who has benefited from this amazing and mindful event: “First Slice is a not-for-profit, community-supported kitchen that provides wholesome food for those living in need in Chicago. It […]

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New Life for Old Bags – The Right Thing

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It has been quite a year for many engaged humans in the long term care communities of Chicago thanks to Ruth Wertler, Life Enrichment Coordinator, and her residents of Bethesda Home and Retirement and many others who have been inspired to make.  You can check out another article of many about this special community and […]

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The Cornettes – Advocates for Urban Agriculture Part II

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Finally, I get to share more about The Cornettes – Advocates for Urban Agriculture thanks to a Midwestern panic (and now a two foot reality!) about snow.  Here is our back yard and front yard this afternoon.  Bring it on! Firstly, I am going to finally give credit to Phyllis Gilmore for naming The Cornettes.  […]

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Chicago Art Magazine article by Robin Dluzen

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I wanted to quickly share a link to an article published over the weekend with Chicago Art Magazine.  A big thanks to Robin Dluzen for a great conversation that didn’t feel like an interview and her thoughtful perspective on my work. Catherine Schwalbe-Bouzide’s Corn Party:  Intent and Reception of Social Art. These are words from […]

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