We, Deborah and Glenn Doering, co-directors of DOEprojekts, participated in Sergey Jivetin's "Furrow Project," part of a performance at the SciArt Center and their Future of Food exhibition. The exhibition, curated by Marnie Benney, will continue until March 2, 2019. There is a curator's talk scheduled for Saturday, February 23, 2019, at 1pm.
Sergey engraved a DOEprojekts' "Hybr" form on a cherry seed. It was amazing and inspiring to watch his skill with his uniquely hand-crafted tools. To see more of Sergey Jivetin's work, view his website at http://www.jivetin.com/.
Additionally, we are pleased to announce that DOEprojekts has received a 2019 Creative Learning Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for our class titled "Bauhaus and Beyond." We will teach the 12-weeks class September- December at the Lenox Hill Community Center in Midtown Manhattan. Below is a sketch using our Coreforms on rock forms that will be part of a technique that we will teach in the class. If you are not available to attend "Bauhaus and Beyond" in Manhattan, please consider our "Rock-Paper-Scissors" class this summer at the Grunewald Guild in Leavenworth, WA, July 14-18, 2019. And we will also be teaching our "Socially-engaging Stories and Symbols" workshop at Holden Village near Chelan, WA from July 1 -13, 2019.
As always, we thank all of you who have supported our journey to date. Let us know if you will be in the Manhattan area this summer — we will be working and traveling in the Pacific Northwest for part of the summer, but there is always time to meet with friends!
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