February 22 2002 February Workshoppers Anna Gork

first_imgFebruary 22, 2002 FebruaryWorkshoppers, Anna Gorka and Jung Kwon, unload a sheet of plywood fromthe truck which goes to Phoenix and Prescott for purchasing few times aweek. [T] The newly unloadedplywood will be used for the second floor slab forms in the East Crescent construction inweeks to come. [T] Brigid Kutner, helpsin the Garden as a part of her participation in theworkshop. She learned about Arcosanti through a unique exploratoryprogram called “Learning through Experience”. [photo: Wes Ozier & text: T] Michael Lengton alsocame from “Learning through Experience” that offers direct access to avariety of alternative and experiential learning programs. [photo: Wes Ozier & text: T]last_img

This years performance was titled The Golden Fr

first_imgThis years performance was titled “The [Golden] Frame and the Mask”, as mentioned in the program ‘at a certain point, the frame and mask are the same idea’. Dynamic soprano Jayne Casselman gave a command performance with arias by Scarlatti, Puccini, Verdi and Rossini, accompanied by tenor Chris Eubank and percussionist Owen Davis.[photo by Julia Dorn-Giarmoleo & text by Sue Kirsch]Lynne Haeseler accompanied on piano, a wonderful pianist.[photo by Julia Dorn-Giarmoleo & text by Sue Kirsch] July 22, 2013ITALIAN NIGHT this past Saturday evening was once again a gorgeous and successful event.Because of intermittent and unpredictable monsoon rains, dinner was served in the Crafts III building, on all three levels, the cafe, the bakery and the visitors center, a new challenge for us, but it worked out very well.[photo & text by Sue Kirsch]The “COOKS”, Gregg Morgan, Caterina Loy and Carrie Krueger, congratulations, awesome effort, dinner was delicious![photo & text by Sue Kirsch]COOL GELATO ITALIANO from Scottsdale served their wonderful Forrest Berry or Coffee Crunch gelato.[photo & text by Sue Kirsch] Jeff Stein narrated with quotations by Luigi Pirandello, Dante Alighieri and Paolo Soleri.This was a terrific event, impossible to convey in just a few photos. If you missed it this year be sure to look for it in the coming years.[photo by Julia Dorn-Giarmoleo & text by Sue Kirsch]last_img read more

USbased publisher Chicken Soup for the Soul has c

first_imgUS-based publisher Chicken Soup for the Soul has created a TV and film division and brought in former A+E boss Steve Ronson to run it.Chicken Soup for the Soul is known for its books featuring inspirational true-life stories and will make branded TV shows and features.Ronson left A+E late last year after a 13-year stint at the channel operator, latterly as VP, international television, digital media and consumer products.In his new role as CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul Productions, he will oversee the new unit’s content efforts and its existing TV projects, which include the recently released special Chicken Soup for the Soul: food & family. The teen-skewed education/information show that went out on PBS. The new division will make a talk show, feature film and other TV projects.“Chicken Soup for the Soul is a well-known brand that translates into highly entertaining, inspirational television,” said Ronson, CEO, Chicken Soup for the Soul Productions. “The brand is unique, beloved worldwide, and delivers the important, uplifting and inspiring messages of our time.”“We already have several ambitious television and theatrical projects underway,” said Chicken Soup for the Soul founder and CEO, William Rouhana, Jr. “With an eye toward building upon these opportunities, we are pleased to announce the formation of Chicken Soup for the Soul Productions, headed by industry veteran Steve Ronson.”last_img read more