Best Magician Costume? 7 Tarot Card Options

I can’t choose one so I will try to use them all. However, I do have a favorite and It’s the big one above. I have a week to complete the video submission for this years virtual summer solstice parade. Our ensemble is going with the theme of tarot cards. In the video is space…

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How to Make a Golden Dragon Wand

Here is the link to the playlist with the other tutorials I watched before making the dragon wand. https://vimeo.com/422197743

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What is the highest possible learning outcome for you in April? #WritingChallenge

What is the highest possible learning outcome for you in April? Write about the number six and see what answers come to mind. I will start you off in this guided creative practice by looking at the details of tarot cards. The video emphasizes the change in perspective as a six can become nine by rotating the number 180 degrees.

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furniture for tarot reading 🔮, outdoor or indoor weather conditions ☀️

This design is portable. It fits into a bike trailer. You can travel with it as far as you can bike ride. It’s a temporary point of sale for festivals, conventions, and parties. The first public test will be this Saturday at the Mystic art reception in Lompoc. You can see all the tarot cards…

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A creative Challenge for January (Guided 4 min Video)

Master this creative activity, a random challenge. You can download a file to print and create your own cards at originalodyssey.com Limited edition signed decks are available while supplies last. Add #chaosodyssey to share your creations on Faceboook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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Weight and balance challenges, bike art studio trailer update

I’m guilty of getting too excited and forgetting what I told myself about packing. I knew the drawers needed to be empty and yet I filled them. I knew all the weight had to be in the bottom and yet I packed extra things on top. Too heavy to bike uphill. Too light in the…

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Dog house size trailer plans in progress – Studio & Gallery

Some ideas hit and stick. This sticking point is the start of a thread that weaves itself through years of life never gets cut loose. You might call this an Axis mundi, an image that relates to the center of the earth (perhaps like an umbilical providing nourishment). Below is an idea of this center thread as…

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Inanna, winter solstice, and darkness dreams

Inanna-Ishtar’s most famous myth is the story of her descent into and return from Kur, the ancient Sumerian Underworld. a myth in which she attempts to conquer the domain of her older sister Ereshkigal, the queen of the Underworld, but is instead deemed guilty of hubris by the seven judges of the Underworld and struck dead. Three days later, Ninshubur pleads with…

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Participating in experiential project design by momentum projectlab

Today I participated in a group visioning session as part of a series in phase 3 of Santa Barbara County is creative communities project. The creative communities project will result in a strategic arts plan for the Santa Barbara County and is being created by momentum projectlab out of LA. I really enjoyed participating in…

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Learning improv, and lovin’ it, thanks to the CAW pilot workshops in Santa Barbara

I started an improv class at the Community Arts Workshop (CAW). We are learning a form of improv theater from Michael Bernard. Tonight I watched a professional team perform. I rented the video, TJ and Dave; trust us this is all made up, on amazon. There are many concepts in this art form that I…

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