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Video: “Monkeys vs. Bananas” 30-Hour Mural

September 7, 2011

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After many hours in the editing suite, and the monstrous 41-hour onsite video and webcast production, we’re really excited to present the official video from the “Monkeys vs. Bananas” mural installation. I’d like to thank Burlington City Arts for inviting us to document the event, Abby and Dre for supplying two days-worth of sometimes-delirious entertainment, and […]

Gallery: “30 Hours of Art” at BCA’s Festival of Fools

August 16, 2011

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Here’s a story-telling gallery of images from the recent “30 Hours of Art” mural installation with Burlington City Arts. We produced/filmed a webcast, shot a time-lapse as well as took photos –a lot of photos. After picking a dozen images, with a few hundred good ones still in the hopper, I figured “what the heck,” and […]

Reflections from “30 Hours of Art,” BCA Festival of Fools

August 8, 2011

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Creativity comes in all shapes and sizes, and its inspiration can come and go depending upon a number of factors: influences, vision, state-of-mind, location, physical elements, materials, wants, needs, etc., etc. Recently, during an amazing –and completely inspiring– project with Burlington City Arts (BCA) during their annual Festival of Fools carnival-like weekend street fair, sleep […]

2011 Burlington City Arts "Festival of Fools" Webcast

August 3, 2011

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This week, we’re broadcasting from the 2011 Burlington City Arts “Festival of Fools.” Celebrating their 30th anniversary of providing art programs to the communities of Burlington, Vermont, Burlington City Arts (BCA) has created a unique addition to the annual Festival of Fools event in honor of their anniversary. Dubbed ” 30 Hours of Art,” artist […]