Monthly Archives: March 2017

March 2017

A Month in Rome.II

2017-04-25T10:41:09-08:00Categories: Environment, Political Action, Urbanism|

TEVERE RECLAIMED The Tevere (Tiber) River running through Rome has long been a neglected resource. The tall walls lining each side were originally built to protect the city from flooding. Unfortunately, the walkways along each bank became receptacles for litter and havens for [...]

A Month in Rome.I

2017-04-25T10:52:04-08:00Categories: Artist Residency, Photography|

SERENDIPITOUS ENCOUNTERS A wonderful thing about a completely un-programmed exploration in a place that you have visited many times is the freedom to roam with no set agenda. On a glorious Sunday afternoon in the Piazza Santa Maria de [...]

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