Artist in Resonance: a consideration of art, science and patterns in nature, with Trudy Myrrh Reagan, premiered on March 11, 2016, at the Pacific Art League in Palo Alto.
How do you tell the rich story of an organization like the Berkeley Community Chorus & Orchestra, which has involved hundreds of people over the course of 50 years?
I’m excited to announce that my fiction piece, This First Bright Day of Windy Spring, has been published in the current issue of Calyx Journal, Winter/Spring 2016 , Vol. 29:1, 40th Anniversary Issue.
The Spirit of BCCO was produced to be shown at the beginning of the chorus’s 50th Anniversary retrospective concert series in January 2015. It was an emotional start to the evening for both audience and chorus members.
When I was growing up, my neighbors would often take me with them on canoe trips. We paddled through the Pine Barrens, at the Delaware Water Gap, and many other bodies of water.
In November 2015, I documented the 49th annual Raptor Research Foundation Conference, where more than 400 raptor biologists celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Madison Group Conference.