A few years ago I distilled the main areas of my life. What interests me. Areas I just can’t neglect. Areas that need my attention and love.
A list of all the tags, with links.
Cllected up all my somewhat figurative sketches on this blog to date.
Some of these are from my ThousandSketches project
I used to get airmailed copies of The Guardian, a Marxist publication not to be confused with the UK liberal paper. I saved a page from a 1976 copy. I loved reading the movie reviews by Irwin Sylber. Of course every movie was contaminated by capitalist ideology. He was spot on. I still think so.
I kept a review of One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest (which I loved despite of its capitalist propaganda, Kesey is still some sort of counterculture hero.)
Just bought this after reading the sample.
This week there is so much bad news about the environment. Maybe it will stimulate us a bit more. Got me to post this.
This seems a simple plan. I can imagine popping up some sort of receiver from my car.
UK government backs scheme for motorway cables to power lorries
E-highway study given £2m to draw up plans for overhead electric cables on motorway near Scunthorpe The government will fund the design of a scheme to install overhead electric cables to power electric lorries on a motorway near Scunthorpe, as part of a series of studies on how to decarbonise road freight.
Just updated our Workshop page. Adding it here in the mainstream!
Weekly on a Thursday 6:30 to 9:00
Term Three, 2021
Five Thursday Evenings in September — 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Love. Living life to the full. Finding meaning. Global and spiritual matters. Conflict, grief and illness. Examine and be challenged by matters of importance to you in these evening workshops. You can expect to gain a deeper awareness of yourself and others. Learn to be spontaneous, courageous and effective in relationships. We will use psychodrama to explore themes relevant to you and the group. If you are in a couple relationship you are both invited to attend.
No previous group experience is necessary.
Took this a while back in the Christchurch art gallery