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An Ocean-side Conversation with Humane Educator Zoe Weil

August. Blue Hill, Maine. Little did I know that my quick trip to the Blue Hill library to do some emailing would lead me to one of my mentors in humane education, Zoe Weil. Two women were sitting at the … Continue reading

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Park Dreams Trailer Fresh off the Press

Park Dreams Trailer from Miranda Loud on Vimeo. A trailer describing the Park Dreams project, a NatureStage initiative seeking funding which involves asking people in different parks around the U.S. about their visions for a better society and covering the … Continue reading

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San Francisco Chronicle places Miranda Loud in good eco-artist company

In April I was interviewed by journalist Christina Farr about my work as an independent artist and my vision for strengthening cross-species empathy through the arts, which is the work of NatureStage. I am excited and grateful to share this … Continue reading

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Art and Science Mashup

I’ve been realizing lately that the allure of the online universe can have a centripetal pull against taking the plunge to go someplace new, with one’s feet, not just through clicks and returns. ┬áThat putting myself into situations that are … Continue reading

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