I’ve recently been asked to become part of The Quad Cities Eco Arts Council here in my local area.
This is soo exciting for me! I have an opportunity to combine many of my interests into something that will not only be design, education, and sustainable living focused, but also making a direct impact on our community. Think urban and community gardens, public art projects, environmental children’s workshops, creative place-making, and artist residencies. There’s a lot of work to do!
I have been asked to lecture on my work as part of the first QC Eco Arts Salon- which is a series of visiting artists, that share a little bit about themselves and their work. I’ve been plugging away at accomplishing a successful lecture without the use of a tech-visual aide, as we’ll be outside on the river, weather permitting. An interesting challenge, but I suppose that just means I need to talk more, Not really a big problem there O.o (teehee)
see you there!