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(69) Diana Vreeland The Eye Has To Travel – YouTube

Photo on 2016-08-05 at 1.11 PMvia (69) Diana Vreeland The Eye Has To Travel – YouTube

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Joning the conversation

 

Musing of a disabled artist living in downtown, Kingston, Ontario,

where one wishes, that things would work more than they do, there is room to pause and think. I know a few more of the pitfalls to making an art career.  Cautiously, it may be early to make such a claim but it seems my goals are tied to being or artist. And so I am venturing off into the wide world of grant writing. I have my work to do along this uncertain pathway. I hope you will join me sometimes to see what I’ve figured out.

 Context/history:

I’ve been down and out with my disability for a couple of years, art production wise. Still, i power on fearce and more focused. And arguably,increasing hope and joy. Unprecedented.

This year, The Arts and Equity Project has spurred me through the winter in hopes of spring.

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why open access?

Lets read through the preamble on why research results should be open access at the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications – Science.gc.ca.

2014-06-30 17.24.52See you back here, shortly.

(Lisa Puppeting a bird marionette made while visiting Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2014 r so. Green fabric with white dot s cover one side of a cloth beek.  The bird sits on a bright fuschia gabardine. Lisa wears a black jersey dress with flowers appliqued to the neckline.

Her right arm is raised in mid gesture, mouth pursed. Red threads float between them.

You can make out the tiller and seat of the scooter she sits upon.

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