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A SPICY POSOLE OF ALL THINGS CANELO. NEWS OF THE CANELO PROJECT AND THE HANDCRAFTED BUILDING MOVEMENT; ATHENA AND BILL STEEN AND THE STEEN FAMILY; TALES AND IMAGERY FROM THE U.S./MEXICAN BORDER; DISPATCHES FROM INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS: LOCAL FOOD AND MUSIC; IDEAS AND PLANS FOR THE POST PETROLEUM AGE.

The Interns of Community Rebuild

Looking back at our project with Community Rebuilds, it’s obvious that the program would in now ways be the same without the interns. Each project has 8 that have been selected with an application process that involves a Skype interview. read more »

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To Bluff and Back

I was being overtaken by recurring thoughts reminding me that I should write something for my blog.  Athena added a few of her own and then there were the suspicions of friends and readers who were wondering if a great read more »

Posted by Bill at 2:36 pm in Arts, IPhoneography, Projects, Southwest, Travel | 24 Comments

Denver – Around the Edges

This is primarily a piece about photography.  The subject in this case, is the context in which we worked.  When I was immersing myself more thoroughly into the world of the camera, one photographer who was a strong influence on read more »

Posted by Bill at 11:17 am in Arts, Marvelous Mud, Photography - Digital Imaging, Projects | 2 Comments

Denver Art Museum – The Final Chapter

Once in a while, you get a project where everything seems to come together seamlessly.   Such was the case in Denver.  From the accommodations to the amount of materials we ordered, it was flawless.  Of course those things don’t necessarily read more »

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More Marvelous Mud in Denver

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