My artist’s residency at the Queens Botanical Garden is getting off to a great start. I am working on my Law of Seeds project, painting and scribing a Bill of Rights for Seeds and talking with visitors about Genetically Engineered seeds.
Come by for a visit at the Queens Botanical Garden, today through Sunday, July 14th from 11- 6. Join us for the Launch Party Saturday July 13th from 4-6. RSVP to Brendan Foo at Foo@worldpolicy.org for free admission to the garden on Saturday.
You are cordially invited to the Launch Party for the
WORLD POLICY INSTITUTE’S
JULY 13, 2013
4:00pm – 6:00pm at
QUEENS BOTANICAL GARDEN
Queens, New York
An art installation asking New Yorkers to ponder smarter consumption
To attend the 4:00pm launch party please RSVP. This is mandatory to waive entry fee to the Garden and to ensure adequate fare. We hope to see you there. RSVP to Michelle Barge: email@example.com
And come for a garden visit while I am an artist in residence at the Queens Botanical Garden the week of July 9 - 14, 2013. I will be onsite daily from 10AM - 6PM.
I am creating a project about the Law of Seeds and am developing a Bill of Rights for Seeds painted and scribed on vintage corn seed bags. Join me in an ongoing dialog about genetic engineered seeds, corporate protectionism and seed patents that affect individual farmers and food consumers worldwide.
For more details visit the 12 x 12 blog:http://the12x12project.tumblr.com/what
I am going to be performing my Act of Civil Obedience and Searching for Democracy in the Performance Studies International Conference at Stanford June 27.
Q&A with William Powers, author of ‘Twelve by Twelve.’
We’ll be making art in a 12 x 12 at the Queens Botanical Garden, NY starting June 9th. Come by.
California Poppy with Brisbane in the Background