To educate people on the growing amount of plastic in our oceans, Kim Preston photographed household objects transformed into the sea creatures they can impact.
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WRTSHP : PASSAGE
WRTSHP is back for our final meeting of 2012 on 12-12-12!
Come spend your last night on earth with us at Barsa while we talk and write our way through tapas and a bottle or two of wine (optional, of course).
Things that will be discussed on this momentous occassion:
1. Social rites
2. The doomsday clock
3. Physical vs. Experiential travel
4. Passages (duh)
As always expect lively discourse, writing calisthenics and mental boardgames. All you need to bring is a pen, a pad, and your brain.
I’ve missed your smiling faces. Hope to see you then!
Place: Barsa in downtown Charleston at the intersection of King and Line streets
Anatomy illustrations from Edo-period Japan, 1603-1868
_Kaishi hen. Kawaguchi Shinnin Shien cho. [“Complete notes on the dissection of cadavers”] is an anatomical atlas by japanese Kawaguchi Shinnin (1736-1811) with woodcut illustrations by Aoki Shukuya (d. 1802), published in Kyoto in 1772.
Ernst Haas: A stall selling mirrors in a London market, 1951
Empathy, Neurochemistry and the Dramatic Arc—
by Paul Zak director of the Center for Neuroeconomic Studies