The Antipodes Collective (the non-profit I recently founded) is featured in ARCADE's current magazine issue "Empathy, Fire, and Spades: Design for Social Innovation."
ARCADE is a Seattle-based non-profit that creates opportunities — in print, in the community and online — for sharing ideas about design, culture and the built environment.
Below is an excerpt from our article entitled, "Turning a Page in Cambodia."
"The Antipodes Collective is the culmination of my love for Cambodia, my desire to contribute positively to the lives and prosperity of the people of Prasot village and my goal to collaborate with artists from around the world to create effective, quality arts-based curricula and learning materials."
This is the second showing of this group exhibition which features my paper cutaways as well as other hand-cut work in paper, wood, prints, and sculpture.
Curated by June Sekiguchi.
October 17, 2014 – January 16, 2015
Exhibit is Free and may be seen Monday thru Friday between 8:30 - 5:00 p.m.
"A Cut Above presents unique contemporary works in a variety of mediums and perspectives inspired by traditional art practices."
Sammamish City Hall website