Monthly Archives: March 2011

Less than 24 hours after Japan was stricken by the earthquake and tsunami, the first responses from tech-savvy printmakers began to spread through the internet. Printmaking is something of an ideal format for disaster-relief fundraising by artists, as manufacturing costs … Continue reading

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On March 16th, the Tokyo-based NHK Symphony Orchestra performed a concert in Washington, D.C. At the last moment, their conductor, AndrĂ© Previn, added a movement from Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3, commonly known as “Air on the G String,” as … Continue reading

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Japan is on my mind, with great sorrow. It is hard to carry on knowing the devastation being endured, and the possibility of even greater catastrophe. Of course, the specter of disaster follows us all around, especially those of us … Continue reading

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