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Moth-Inspired Curves

Nature will bear the closest inspection.  She invites us to lay our eye level with the smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain. 

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On thin ice (Snippets 10)

George Walker was a privateer of some note in the 18th Century, who achieved the command of a squadron of four ships known as the ‘Royal Family’, following various other commands earlier in his career.  410 more words

Snippets

George Walker at Mannes

George Walker’s music was heard at the Mannes Beethoven Institute recently, and you can read reviews of the performances at The New Criterion and the… 106 more words

The Playwright

In collaboration with the Biting Dog Press we are pleased to announce the release of The Playwright, a limited edition print by writer Kealan Patrick Burke and xylographer George A. 959 more words

Wars and roses

Since when has the white rose been the badge of Yorkshire? From the dawn of Time? Since the Plantagenets, at least? Not so, given the useful deconstruction on… 632 more words

Napoleonic

Theatre review: The End of Civilization an angst-ridden ride

The End of Civilization
Same Day Theatre
at The Gladstone
Reviewed Friday

Civilization doesn’t actually collapse in George F. Walker’s exceedingly dark, angry and at times very funny The End of Civilization but it gets a damn rough ride. 567 more words

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