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October 1, 2014
by kybro
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Work in Peabody Essex Museum Art & Nature Exhibit!

I’m very excited to announce the latest exhibit Branching Out: Trees As Art in the Art & Nature Center at the Peabody Essex Museum is exhibiting a photograph of Birch Bark Series (Water Play III) an environmental installation from my residency … Continue reading

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July 25, 2014
by kybro
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Eco-Art Adventures: Summer 2014

With summer in full-swing an Eco-Art Adventure was a perfect compliment and escape to the mid-week Boston bustle and heat. I gladly answered the call to get out on the water and create. It was a perfect combination partnering with … Continue reading

November 21, 2011
by kybro
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Highlights from Re-created Book workshop at PEM

The workshop on re-created books at the Peabody Essex Museum www.pem.org in Salem, MA was fabulous! There were children working alongside adults, books that were transformed into new stories, sculptures & creative inspirations. Thanks for all that came! The photos … Continue reading

November 17, 2011
by kybro
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Re-created Book workshop at Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA this Sunday!

Join me at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA  ( http://www.pem.org ) this Sunday November 20th from 2-4pm to make your own re-created book. It is an environmentally friendly way to create beautiful new artwork and re-use an old … Continue reading

November 13, 2011
by kybro
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Arts Based Research – new resource

A new Qualitative Arts Based Research website – http://abr2011.yolasite.com/ has been developed Fall 2011 by Lesley University graduate students. This website is a resource for those interested in the Arts Based Research methodology through visual art, dance, drama, poetry and … Continue reading

November 9, 2011
by kybro
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Just one word….

Karen Ristuben artist/educator presents her lecture/performance “Just, one word…” at NOAA’s Gloucester headquarters, 55 Great Republic Way (Blackburn Industrial Park) on Tuesday, November 15 (America Recycles Day), at 7 pm. “Addressing the issue of marine plastic pollution from an artist/educator’s … Continue reading