John Cyr’s Respect; or, Hand-me-downs

Jock Sturges uses Paul Strand’s contact printing frame; someone now has Joel-Peter Witkin’s enlarger. We have darkroom parts from Mrs. D.’s uncle, and some of you have, or will use, equipment from the homes of BHS alumni.

I Can See My House From Here

So, perhaps, can you.

The Third Semester

Summer School Fo-Do, one of the best imaginable experiences in huge school, will run from 7:20 to 12:00 until June 28.

Some of you have expressed an interest in picking up work; please e-mail Yours Truly at least one day in advance in order to facilitate matters (and to be sure we’ll even be there, ’cause, y’know, it’s so nice out). Work pick-up time will be noon on days when it’s feasible. Oh, and be aware that Main Street will be completely closed at the CN tracks through Friday, the 15th.

If you’d like to use the lab on a particular day, likewise get in touch ahead of time to be certain there’s room.

If we’re engrossed in some sort of media presentation, please do not mar the mood by doing anything with the door.

W. o’ W.: Yoko Ono

“Experiencing sadness and anger can make you feel more creative, and by being creative, you can get beyond your pain or negativity… [W]hat I create has to do… with myself. When I express myself, I feel free.”

Read 5 things she knows for sure:


Upon reflection…

…this being the morning after, Mike Cygan’s picture could be of Steven Spielberg’s puppet show.