Author Archives: macconlon
I am honoured to have some of my pieces included in the show, “The Breath Between Us” Please join me and others for the official Opening Reception on Wednesday February 21 at 6:00pm in the Cathedral. Remarks, poetry, prayer, and … Continue reading
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The sculptures and this e-mail, led me to see her work. Beste mensen, Graag stel ik u ervan op de hoogte dat de beeldenserie „The Hour of the Wolf” opnieuw te zien zal zijn. In Museum Jan Cunen worden de … Continue reading
“The words of the prophets are written on the subway walls and tenement halls,” Paul Simon in the Sound of Silence, February 1964. The yurt became the symbol of the Occupy movement, the “Q,” carrying with it the dreams … Continue reading
In February 2015 I saw Doris Salcedo’s Plegaria Muda, an installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Each sculpture was composed of two tables inverted upon the other with a layer of earth in between where live grass was shooting … Continue reading
Revitalization efforts transformed Washington Park into a park much like any other city parks as found in Toronto. In 2001, Cincinnati had one of the largest urban disorders in the United States.
It was warm. Before we entered the door to the place where we were to stay in Haarlem, a ladybug flew by to welcome us.
She came at summer’s end and needed a place to stay for a few days. She stayed for almost a year. And in my heart, forever. She was quiet, mostly kept to herself, made sure to be helpful with household … Continue reading
The security guard had a lot of questions so I invited him to put on an apron and jump in the clay. As it turned out, he is a professional potter! He was used to doing production, and has used up … Continue reading
Migrante International, global alliance of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and their families, fully supports the resumption of the formal peace negotiations between the Government of the Philipp… Source: Peace talks should address root causes of forced migration, “bankrupt” labor export … Continue reading