Monthly Archives: July 2009

July Art @ Northern

Written on July 22, 2009 at 9:12 am, by

I didn’t get around to posting this in a timely manner here on the bloggy blog, but this is what July looked like at Northern. We’re having a closing reception at the space for artist Arrington de Dionyso this Friday from 5 – 8pm and then at 9pm, he’ll be performing with his new band. Continue Reading »

What The Heck?!

Written on July 21, 2009 at 9:54 pm, by

This past weekend, for the first time, I was able to attend the 8th annual What The Heck? Fest in beautiful Anacortes, Washington. The three day festival primarily features Knw-Yr-Own, Marriage and K recording artists. I had a fantastic time! We camped on Bret Lunsford’s goat farm on the outskirts of town, waking to the Continue Reading »

Always Learnin’

Written on July 8, 2009 at 11:17 am, by

I’m always learning. My bookshelf is full of texts I have yet to ingest and novels I’ve yet to fall in love with. My summer reading list swells every June. Here are some of the books that I’m most looking forward to: 1 . Coming To Our Senses by Jon Kabat-Zinn I’ve been interested in Continue Reading »


Written on July 5, 2009 at 1:35 pm, by

The chickens are now 11 weeks old. They’re about halfway grown and are in their very awkward ‘teenage’ phase. Their necks are overly long, they’re kinda clucking but still occasionally peeping, they’ve discovered that flies are delicious but still aren’t quite sure about worms, their feathers are all in but their combs and wattles are Continue Reading »

Photo of the Day on!

Written on July 1, 2009 at 10:26 am, by

My photo of the Hive Dwellers @ Northern from the beginning of June is K Records Photo Of The Day! Check it out! Wooo!


Written on July 1, 2009 at 9:14 am, by

In preparation for my summer course, I’ve been researching the Bauhaus and their philosophies toward teaching and design. My course, titled Printmaking & Modern Design, beings the first of August. I’m taking the two most graphic of printmaking mediums – screen and relief printing and pairing it with an elementary 2D design curriculum and an Continue Reading »