Category Archives: naturestage

One Language Project opens on Cape Cod Thru January 2016

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Naturestage Mashup July 18! Dog Behavior, Amazing Qualities of Honeybees, Live Music by Americana favorites The Wednesdays and Calen Perkins, Socializing and more

You won’t want to miss our event to support Naturestage on July 18 in our (air conditioned) studio in Waltham. Here’s the lineup and a video of a recent performance by the Wednesdays at Porchfest. You can get your tickets … Continue reading

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Just a beautiful view of a mother whale and her calf…

Although I am not a fan of drone technology in its vast array of frightening potential uses, this is one instance where being aware of the creatures beyond our normal sightlines can help protect them. This sailor is using drones … Continue reading

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Raising a Glass to thedodo.com

January 10th was a wonderful day to open my New York Times. The word “speciesism” was mentioned, which is one of the underlying word-views that Naturestage is trying to challenge, and it is something that needs to become a sea-change … Continue reading

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Parallels between a Town in Connecticut and the Ivory Trade in China

This article was shared by Melissa Groo to the elephant listserv, and I am copying it here because it is so important a viewpoint. To follow the author, Richard Conniff, on twitter: @RichardConniff     Does the Solution to Elephant … Continue reading

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Today’s Inspiration for Remarks at Exhibit Opening

The One Language Project exhibit of my dog portraits with essays by the owners opens officially today at Mass. General Hospital’s Yawkey Clinic as part of the Illuminations program at the hospital. I was told that I could make a … Continue reading

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A synopsis of PBS’s Battle for the Elephants

A synopsis of PBS’s Battle for the Elephants.

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Naturestage Meets 12 Cats Who Need Your Help

Naturestage is all about using the arts to foster a sense of kinship with other species, but sometimes it feels very satisfying to make a real difference that is tangible and as practical as a cat leaving a cage after … Continue reading

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Benefit for Naturestage Scheduled for Monday November 19

We have rescheduled the benefit for Naturestage. Please invite friends to join you for a delicious dinner for $35 (half the proceeds go back to Naturestage) at The Elephant Walk in Waltham. Cocktails and appetizers from 6:30-7:00. Dinner 7:00-8:00, Brief … Continue reading

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“Mona” for the One Language Project

You can read all about Mona on the latest blog post for the One Language Project. It’s a beautiful tribute to her and will be featured in future exhibits. Stay tuned! http://wp.me/p2wBL0-2N

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