Monthly Archives: March 2014

It’s Never Too Late to Do Something Amazing

At 100, Frank Shearer is the oldest waterskier in the world… Check out this LIST.  Be inspired: never too early, never too late and definitely no excuses not to try.

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Japanese architect Shigeru Ban Elevates Simple Materials, Wins 2014 Pritzker

This year’s  Pritzker Prize, arguably the world’s most prestigious architecture award, was awarded to Shigeru Ban.  The 57-year-old Japanese architect works almost entirely with simple, low cost materials like paper and cardboard, building symbols of hope in areas of the world impacted … Continue reading

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What we are reading

If you’re looking to expand your blog perusals, we offer some of the Visual Art department favorites for you to check out.  You could learn more about glazing techniques, or, um, cats.  All good for the upcoming vacation… John Hirsch … Continue reading

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