Monthly Archives: November 2016

Part 6. Planning the Future / The Barlow Report

Further updates on the Brock University / Rodman Hall situation, examing the Barlow Report. Continue reading

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Part 5. Assumptions, Not Consultations.

Further updates on the four evenings of “consultations” from Brock University and Interkom Smart Marketing. Continue reading

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Part 4. Can we have faith in this process?

Further updates on the Brock University / Rodman Hall situation, dissecting further the mistruths and dishonesty of Martin Van Zon. Continue reading

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Part 3. What About Rodman Hall?

More updates and facts debunking the Interkom / Martin Van Zon ‘consultations’ regarding Brock University and Rodman Hall. Continue reading

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Eerie Environments: Lorène Bourgeois

Lorène Bourgeois’ works are alternately simple and clean, but employ imagery and symbols that leave the viewer faintly uneasy. I offer some impressions and thoughts on her work in the VISA Gallery at the MIWSFPA. Continue reading

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