Mailed off our Multi-Arts Project Grant yesterday afternoon to support our (hopefully) upcoming residency and conference on collaboration and social practice, titled HOMEWORK: Infrastructures and Collaboration in Social Practices. It’s not until August 2011, but we should know if it’s a go or not by March, at which point we’ll be asking you to join us.
Though we’ve received a few of the postcards back because of a faulty address, for the most part, the 150 postcards sent out for Things Worth Saving, as part of our ongoing Save the City project, have likely now arrived to their destinations.
I must admit that when I first laid eyes on the stacks upon stacks of postcards that we were fill and mail out that evening I yearned for my San Pellegrino to immaculately transform into Kentucky bourbon. Alas it did not, but thankfully that seemingly desperate moment revealed itself as fleeting as the lovely people who attended the event feverishly jot down their various anecdotes, love stories, musings and mini manifestos regarding Windsor. The writing was non stop – the sounds of the building and camera snaps were overpowered by the sounds of pencils, pens and markers scribbling effervescently.
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