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Kbaumlier is featured in The Artist’s Library – A Field Guide

A couple of years ago I participated in a project called the Library as Incubator Project.  Over 100 artists were asked to answer the question, “What does the phrase ‘library as incubator’ mean to you?”  I sent in a statement about my love of libraries and their role in my making process. The cofounders and editors of the project, Erinn Batykefer [...]

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Mini Free Libraries – in NYC Phone Booths

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When is the last time you used a phone booth?  Or gone to the library? The Department of Urban Betterment (DUB) was created by a group of creative individuals who wanted to explore the potential of design to improve the urban experience.  Their mission is to inspire the community to take ownership of their surroundings and improve them. One project [...]

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Little Raleigh Radio – Low Power FM with Big Plans

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I recently attended a talk by the Kelly Reid and Jacob Downey, the team behind Little Raleigh Radio, a low power FM community radio station that has recently gotten up and running in Raleigh, NC. The station recently began broadcasting online from 4-8 pm each day.  Eventually, the plan is to broadcast on the FM dial, once the station hears [...]

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Human Connection Creating Warmth – The Duracell Bus Shelter

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Guerrilla marketing and a  social experiment?  Today we are connected increasingly with social media, but how connected are we to people who are literally next to us? I know that I am guilty of staring at my phone when out in public rather than starting a conversation with someone next to me.  A project in Canada created by Duracell explores [...]

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MAD Symposium at the Drawing Center

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Last year I got into reading more sites and blogs about food and culture.  Last summer many sites were reporting on the MAD Symposium, an annual gathering of few hundred writers, chefs, scientists, historians and fermentation activists.  This year MAD was held in Copenhagen in August, and was dedicated to the topic of “guts.” At MAD, chefs from around the world [...]

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