Art in VT and NH. I am always thrilled to see my quarterly column published in the Woven Tale Press. Here is my take on the winter’s greatest hits: (link below)
Posted in art, small town, vermont |
Tagged August Burns, Ava Gallery and Art Center, Cecelia Kane, Currier Museum of Art, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, George Sherwood, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, John F. Parker, Kader Attia, Leonard Cohen, Musee d’art contemporain, T.W. Wood Gallery, White River Gallery@BALE |
Who is the mystery man? Read my latest. Very cool stuff.
Sherwood is an amazing artist. If you live here in the UV, you have seen his kinetic sculpture at DHMC. Here is my latest piece, with a link to his website:
Posted in art, Health, Pilobolus, Theater, time, Vonnegut |
Tagged Camera Lucida, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, DHMC, George Sherwood, kinetic sculpture, Wind Orchid |
Gratitude for the Byrne Foundation. The Jack Byrne Center opens, with windows designed by Sabra Field. Link below.
Posted in aging, aging in place, Architecture, art, death, Health, small town |
Tagged Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hospice care, Jack Byrne Center for Palliative and Hospice Care, Lebanon NH, palliative care, Sabra Field |
You have seen her art in the DHMC chapel. Sabra Field has designed another window, this time for the new Jack Byrne Center. Here are the details for the upcoming open house, and a lecture by Ira Byock, pioneer in palliative care.
Upper Valley people in particular. AT DHMC THIS WEEK. This is a great film about end of life decision-making by Boston physician Atul Gawande. Jeff Shields, former dean of Vermont Law School, and his wife Genie Shields are included in this film.
Posted in age, aging, aging in place, death, Film, Health |
Tagged Atul Gawande, Being Mortal, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, DHMC, end of life decision-making, Genie Shields, Geoffrey Shields |
After a brief but too long hospital stay, thank you. You are likely in this post.
Posted in aging, Health, small town, Women |
Tagged Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Facebook, fragility, friends, friendship, hospital, illness, IPad, laptop, loneliness, screened devices, social media, yoga |