This Larger Thing in the World

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September 12, 2012

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This Larger Thing in the World

To think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted

– George Kneller –

This Larger Thing in the World

Mildred Howard sees things differently. Over 20 years ago, she created “Rene di Rosa”, a house made out of glass bottles. That was her first of several bottle houses that have each made powerful, beautiful political and social statements. As an artist, community organizer, and leader, Mildred’s colourful life embodies radical change. In this interview with Works & Conversations, Mildred speaks about her current work with the Edible Schoolyard and how “this larger thing in the world” is building a strong foundation for both inner and outer transformation. { read more }

Be The Change

Take a closer look at the objects and space around you. How can they be used differently to change things for the better?

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