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Kbaumlier is a Featured Artist in the Library as Incubator Project

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The Library as Incubator Project highlights the ways that libraries and artists can work together.  The project periodically features artists who use libraries in the research, development, and/or promotion of  their creative work. I am featured this week, and there is an interview that talks about how I use libraries in developing my projects I am fortunate to have access […]

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Cleveland – 2012 Year of Local Foods Kickoff Event – This Friday at City Hall 11am-2pm

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With the holidays and Winter weather – there has been less events and activities related to food, sustainability, and energy here in Cleveland.  That’s about to change this week. With the snow that we have here in Cleveland, it might seem like local food is few and far between right now (except for maybe some root vegetables or tomato sauce […]

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Spending Time Under a Big Mac: Kbaumlier studio update

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Last week I went to a McDonald’s drive-through, ordered a Big Mac, large fry, and a coke.  The experience was sort of surreal.  I haven’t eaten McDonald’s for years, I don’t eat fast food, and don’t go driving through  drive-through lanes to get my food.  The last time I was this close to a drive-through window  was when I videotaped […]

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Gloss

A Little Bit Means a Lot? Don’t Gloss Over Lip Gloss

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On one of my first days as Department Head where I work, the Head of our Marketing Department came to my office asking for a favor.  Would I be willing to go downtown and do an interview for the local arts and culture show, Applause, on WVIZ, or local PBS station – and we had to leave in 15 minutes? […]

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Snap

Grow Your Food Stamps – Food Stamps and Gardens

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The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or food stamps can be used to buy seeds and plants, not just foods.  Over 46 million Americans use food stamps (almost 15 percent of the U.S.)  This information is not always publicized, and most SNAP recipients are not aware of this alternative use for their electronic benefit transfer (EBT).   This information also […]

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