A Strange Kind of Love
40th-Year
Commemorative Project


The Future of Nations – Part III
Citizen Artists Making Emphatic Arguments
Exhibition Handout — see below

INTRODUCTION

Love Canal 40th Anniversary Project

Sites Across America

4 Demonstration Methodological Sites will produce a best practices online workbook for communities experiencing
any sort of disaster or trauma to follow and be accompanied by an evolving online presence with accompanying documentation of community efforts.

A CultureCures manual for communities to utilize the arts to rapidily respond to all kinds of trauma incidents
will evolve to facilitate replication and provide a quick response for healing.

Numerous recent research findings have found that the arts produce healing,
promote recovery and impact individual/community well-being.

We believe that future economic research will demonstrate that the cost savings to health care
will prove to be even greater than the arts sectors impact [ROI=10-16X]
.

Prototype Sites

Partial List

Other sites will, unfortunately, evolve over time

Project Promotionals:

WORLD ART DAY_April 15th 2018
Project Announcement

EARTH DAY April 22nd 2018
A Strange Kind of Love


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"NOT ALONE"

 

Culture
Cures

Communities Unified Recovery Emergency Services

Relevant Links

 

TREE of LIFE
Meditative Garden
+
Healing Labyrith


To believe a thing impossible is to make it so.
French Proverb

 


EARLIER HISTORICAL PAGES


1978
LOVE CANAL
BluePrint For A Disaster Portfolio

 


BluePrint for a Disaster
Narrative

A Quarter of a Century Later
September 11th, 2003

 

EARTHLY SINS, STRANGE LOVE
EARTH ELEGIES V


A WorldWide Environmental Confession
In Commemoration of the
Thirtieth Anniversary of
Love Canal


ABOVE
EXHIBITION HANDOUT
Front

Printed In both English + Spanish
for the Environmental Exhibition
Curated by Adolfo V. Nodal


The Future of Nations – Part III
Citizen Artists Making Emphatic Arguments

18th Street Arts Center 2008
Santa Monica CA


July 12th—September 13th 2008

+

Inaugural Exhibition
La Casa del Tunel
Tijuna, Mexico

October 2008


C o L a b A R T



1978 — PRESENT

Everything is two things that converge.
This range of convergence is really the great area of speculation.

—Robert Smithson


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