The Maker Revolution

Last month I had the unique opportunity to sit inside The Braindrop, a meditation space to honor water. Exterior of The Braindrop | By Artist Kate Raudenbush The really unusual part was that I was in New York City when I did it. While inside The Braindrop, I was reflecting on how it wouldn’t hurt […]

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Putting The “Public” In Public Art

Last night I attended my first City Council meeting. Well, I sure can pick ’em. My intent in attending was to see things first hand, and to learn a bit more about the process and the players in our city government. People talk about “the government” does this and “the government” does that. I recently realized that […]

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Why Less Was More For Tony Nelssen

The worth of a person is measured mostly by their deeds rather than their words. In my humble opinion, the greatest among us say more with fewer words, which ensures that those few words have greater impact. Less is more. I think “less is more” applies to the desert, too. Sparse natural resources should teach us about […]

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