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EOL NASA: The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth hosts

http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/





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The Whole Universe in A Glass of Wine blog

http://thewholeuniverseinaglassofwine.blogspot.com/

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The Whole Universe in a Glass of Wine PRESS RELEASE: Exhibiting on 4th June 2010 at THE GALLER IN REDCHURCH STREET






















THE WHOLE UNIVERSE IN A GLASS OF WINE is a poem by the physicist Richard Feynman. Through the use of ink, print, music, performance and film, this event reacts to his exquisite dissection of the Universe into physics, biology, geology, astronomy and psychology.

A show created and curated by


Join us for a glass of wine (or more likely a glass of cider) and enjoy the metaphor, while examining the artwork and listening to the live music and lectures.

The festivities will take place at THE GALLERY IN REDCHURCH STREET on the 4th June 2010, begin at 6.30pm till 11:30pm and will last only till the following evening. So don't miss your chance to visit! Full cosmic soundtrack provided on opening night.

Live music from JOHNNY AND THE CHEMISTS
(more to be confirmed)

Spoken word from ADRIAN HOLME and STEVEN SMYTH

Sponsored by Koppaberg Cider

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Print and Streetfest 2010

Today I introduced some drawings to the RISOGRAPH- Which is almost describable as a screen printing photocopying machine. Here are some experiments, all of which will be for sale at STREETFEST on the 30/05/2010 at a stall which I will have the honor of sharing with some of my beautiful peers from Camberwell College of Art including the stunning prints of James Cartwright, Cressida Knapp, Natalie Kay-Thatcher and Rosie Chamberlain. Also SOULMIGHTY (Who's own designs and those by artists they admire adorn t-shirts, hand printed in their little workshop at home) and prints by the wonderful Suzannah Pettigrew of OVER IT AND CO.

Ill bring some more 'Pending in the Intermediate Lake' books, etchings, giclees and all my left over RISO prints will be bound in a book.  



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Want to learn some Physics? FOR FREE?

 VISIT THIS SITE: MIT PHYSICS LECTURES with Professor Walter Lewin


Amazing.