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What is the 21st century?

What is the 21st century? What is the 21st century?  It is a loss of the happy medium.  It is an oscillation between extremes.  It is a flight to irrationality.  The 21st century bears little resemblance to the 1960s tv show of the same name.
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John Mellencamp interview

An interesting person, John Mellencamp granted me an interview to learn more about his art.  It is on display at the DeLand Museum of Art through January, and worth a look. Read the interview in this week'sOrlando Weekly.
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White Wall Gallery a popular exhibit

Art patrons continue to view Richard Reep and Kim Mathis' work at the White Wall Gallery.  The afternoon sun illuminates the gallery space and the art looks beautiful in the gallery.
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White Wall Gallery Welcomes Kim Mathis and Richard Reep

The White Wall Gallery welcomes Kimberly Mathis and Richard Reep in an exhibit of art through January 31, 2015.  The ideas and themes in this art have evolved for the past decade and culminated in "The Phenomenology of Reinvention" as both artists explore the reinvention of our society and roles.  Proceeds from sales will go to benefit the restoration of the historic 1885 Capen House in  Winter Park.
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Cement works

Recent cement works this summer.  These are experiments with ordinary concrete.
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The future of college towns

The college town, one of America’s most appealing and unique features, grew out of the Age of Reason, and the concept of a regional, liberal-arts college nurtured by a small town has been intertwined with American history.  Today, with enrollment dropping, the small, private college[R1] seems to be going the same way as the typewriter, the newspaper and the independent bookstore. While some colleges struggle to survive, the institution of the college town lives in suspended animation, ready to support whatever form its, major employer may take.  One thing’s for sure:  the reinvention of the post-college town is coming.