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Altered Images and Words: A Call for Creative Submissions

Make an animation. Make a gif. Make a collage. Write some microfiction. Write a poem. Get out your digital black-out marker to create some redacted poetry. Make something entirely unique that was inspired by an image or string of text. Remix and stretc… Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings from the Elarths and Friends

If your blogger’s mailbox is an accurate barometer of popular culture, it seems the days of the holiday greeting card are steadily waning. With social media and email keeping us in constant contact with even the most distant acquaintances, many no long… Continue reading

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The Role of Design in Cultivating and Enhancing Spiritual Connection

“In the arts, one may find peace and contentment, for we may use our ability to transform our inner energy in a satisfying manner.” —Melita Rodeck Architect Melita Rodeck established the Regina Institute of Sacred Art in the late 1950s—shortly after fo… Continue reading

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Notations in Passing: Fragments, studies, and artistic awareness

Architecture is a visual field that, much like other creative endeavors, invites both introspection and observation. It often exists conceptually in the space between technical precision and creative daring, while reflecting a thorough understanding and negotiation of actual spaces. Before getting to finished technical drawings, or even to initial concept sketches, however, many architects are … Continue reading Notations in Passing: Fragments, studies, and artistic awareness Continue reading

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