[SNEC] Next Weekends Symposium; Buckminster Fuller in the News
cjf at CJFearnley.com
Sun Nov 13 21:28:29 EST 2005
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I updated the Buckminster Fuller In the News site with news items from May -
August. One of the items discusses the work of one of the registered
attendees, David McConville. Check out the News site:
Here are blurbs of the new items:
1. (31 August 2005; Blogcritics.org) Buckminster Fuller's Experiment: What
CAN One Person Accomplish? Laura Young blogs about the "Guinea Pig B"
2. (24 August 2005; PR Newswire) Josiah McElheny Sculpture Purchased By
Tulsa Museum discusses Josiah McElheny's Landscape Model for Total Reflective
Abstraction, (V) 2004 which was inspired by a conversation between Fuller and
3. (18 August 2005; Asheville Citizen-Times) Digital artist builds on
Buckys geodesic vision is an article about David McConville.
4. (3 August 2005; Lansing State Journal) Thinker long had answers for
world's pressing problems is an op-ed piece featuring Buckminster Fuller.
5. (25 July 2005; Art Daily) Buckminster Fuller Photographs On View.
6. (4 July 2005; Honolulu Star-Bulletin) Skygate sole sculpture by Noguchi
in Hawaii mentions the Noguchi-Fuller connection.
7. (19 June 2005; Fort Wayne Journal Gazette) For some Minnesota families,
there's no place like dome.
8. (31 May 2005; WorldChanging) Spaceship Earth, the Game a posting by Jon
Lebkowsky discusses a massively multiplayer online game based on Fuller's
9. (17 May 2005; Voice of America) WALKER Art Center Gets Makeover
discusses The Critical Path, a 14-minute animated documentary about architect,
inventor and visionary Buckminster Fuller was created by Benita Raphan.
10. (23 April 2005; Minneapolis Star Tribune) AFTER tornado, there's no
place like dome.
11. (27 May 2005; Palo Alto Weekly) Dancing queen At 80, dancer Chloe Scott
is still on her toes discusses Scott and her dance group Dymaxion.
It is not for me to change you. The question is, how can I be of service
to you without diminishing your degrees of freedom?
-- Buckminster Fuller
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