Category Archives: .environment

DAVIS: Swan Lake

Ballet Preljocaj… ballet as a message to humanity In the title, there is ‘the lake’ and there are ‘the swans’, two entities threatened by global warming and by ecological alterations linked to rampant industrialisation. So I built the whole drama … Continue reading

Posted in .affiliate, .ballet, .dance, .environment, .Mondavi_Center, Angelin Preljocaj | Leave a comment

LOS ALTOS: A Path to Conservation

An outdoor exhibit… about Wallace Stegner… beautiful… enlightening… mind shaking… looking forward to the companion exhibit! A Society to Match its Scenery: Wallace Stegner’s Local Legacy “One cannot be pessimistic about the West. This is the native home of hope. … Continue reading

Posted in .conservation, .environment, .exhibition, .literature, .Los_Altos_History_Museum, Wallace Stegner | Leave a comment

SANTA CRUZ: Magic Monterey Bay

When the Valley is hot… we find the magic of Santa Cruz… a beautiful California day!

Posted in .environment, .free, .ocean, .Santa_Cruz | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

EARTH DAY: Fragile Waters

A while ago we went to this beautiful exhibition featuring photographs of Ansel Adams… and we’ve learned about Rachel Carson and the Silent Spring… and every Earth Day ever after we are inspired by how one person can make all … Continue reading

Posted in .Earth_Day, .environment | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

SAN JOSE: Fragile Waters

Fragile Waters: Photographs by Ansel Adams, Ernest H. Brooks II, and Dorothy Kerper Monnelly March 16, 2017 – August 6, 2017 San Jose Museum of Art

Posted in .conservation, .ecology, .environment, .San_Jose_Museum_of_Art | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment