Posts Tagged ‘activist art’

If you haven’t had a chance to view the group exhibit Meditations on Climate Crisis at the honeyjones gallery in Cambridge, MA you still have time. It is a beautifully curated show featuring the works of very talented and passionate artists.

The gallery is an airy yet intimate space and located in a very artsy neighborhood of Cambridge near little antique shops and eateries. One could very well make a nice afternoon of it with friends and family visiting the exhibit and then exploring the neighborhood in its autumn glory.

Closing reception is Sunday November 27th 2-4pm. Hope to see you there!

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What an honor to be part of the group exhibit, Inspiring Change for the Climate Crisis, on view at the UVA Gallery at the Arthaus in Allston. The successful show will close this Friday with a vegan ice cream social. Regular ice cream and other treats will be available as well. Open to the public. RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vegan-ice-cream-social-closing-of-inspiring-change-for-the-climate-crisis-registration-416660271087

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The challenge of internet research for me is that I can start my research at one very focused point and then somehow find myself meandering through the tangled World Wide Web, eventually ending up in unexpected places.  Like today.  I was researching famous letters, when I chanced upon the website dedicated to Dan Eldon and his journals. 

Eldon was a 22-year old photojournalist killed in Somalia in 1993.  Later his mother published his personal journals.  These journals revealed to those who did not know Eldon an amazing and creative young man.  A man who through his work is still inspiring others to this day.  You can read more for yourself via the following links:

Dan Eldon: Artist, Activist, Adventurer

Deadly Destiny:  Remembering Photojournalist Dan Eldon

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