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PAPER: A Tale of Berlin By Paula Billups
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BERLIN, GERMANY. 2016. Brian Mistre, a developer who has a number of buildings to demolish, finds himself helping a band of "Microtemporal Archaeologists" - scientists who study the very... More > recent past through the posters and signs that cover Berlin's buildings. Dr. Gioia Arrigoni, the group's enigmatic leader, puts him to work cataloging scraps for the archive, and an unlikely alliance takes root . . . A meditation on friendship, vocation, and culture, "PAPER" offers notes stolen from the group's archive. The developer-turned-amateur archaeologist eschews scientific notation in favor of humorous observations and stories of working with "Dr. A" and her assistants. A love letter to Berlin, the reader finds hidden haunts and special sites in Berlin, where liberty, love, and creativity rule the streets of one of the world's most seductive cities. For more about the author, visit her website at< Less
Mi Padre y Mi Madre: paintings to benefit the Texas Civil Rights Project By Paula Billups
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In the summer of 2018, in response to the government's cruel policies of separating families at the border who were seeking asylum, artist Paula Billups created 30 paintings in 30 days and sold them... More > online. She donated 100% of the profits to the Texas Civil Rights Project, which advocates for disenfranchised people and which played a role in assisting these refugees with their legal and logistical needs. This book is a compilation of those works, and 100% of the profit from its sale will also be donated to the TCRP. Ms. Billups conceived this project independently, and is not affiliated with the TCRP.< Less
Art for Charlottesville By Paula Billups
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In August of 2017, artist Paula Billups announced she would create 30 paintings in 30 days and offer them for sale, with 100% of the sale price to be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center. She... More > did this independently, in response to the racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. On completion of the project, 30 days had passed, 28 of the works had sold, and Ms. Billups donated over $1,300 to the SPLC. This book is a collection of all 30 works. 100% of the profit from its sale will be donated to the SPLC. Ms. Billups painted scenes of tranquility and great natural beauty, drawing on the gorgeous landscapes of New England and the small wonders of everyday life. These jewel-like paintings were created in the spirit of peace and justice, and in hope of a more harmonious world for everyone.< Less

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