This book is about life for me as a child as the 1950s turn into the 1960s. It is twelve months of my life and all the adventure that goes with this very interesting time. From football to tree... More > houses Christmas to summer its all here. It shows how it was back in those times< Less
Download this e-book with specially prepared pages to print out. Included are easy-and-fun instructions on how to quickly assemble the little coloring-and-story books.
All you need: a pair of... More > scissors, paper glue and a stapler.
You get a REAL, physical little story and coloring book within minutes! No waiting for snail mail...
There's fun from beginning to end: cutting, pasting, binding, reading, enjoying the full color pictures, coloring in the cute line drawings. If the kids grow restless, just print some pages and keep them happy for hours! You can even print some more copies of this story-and-coloring book if the neighbor's kids arrive and want to join in the fun!< Less
Ted was a member of the KKK and other clandestine White Supremacist Groups. He was the treasure of his deeply racist family, with expectations of him one day becoming a charismatic White Supremacist... More > leader. But life changed in a flash. All it took was one hunting trip to shed the quasi-religious outlook encouraged by his alcoholic family members-his mom Jen, Uncle Rick, a drunken reverend of a Southern White Supremacist Church, and his father and grandfather, senior members in the Ku Klux Klan. During a college break, he attends a feral-hog hunting trip with his relatives. Sitting by a stream, drunk on backwoods Mississippi moonshine, Ted sees a sight that would test everything he believes. He spots an African American woman who steals his heart. Ted embarks on a quest to find her ,battling his inner demons as he does. He realizes that there is no force in the world more powerful than the four-letter word, LOVE. But not before plunging into the Depths of Despair!< Less
We have all tried to remember the very first memory we had. The one I can recall I was looking at a penny in my school classroom and looking at the date on that coin. I remember thinking that year... More > has already gone as we move from the fifties to the sixties. Yes I suppose that is one of my first memories that has stayed with me. I was sat in the classroom day dreaming of better things then there was a sudden thud on my desk as the teacher crashed a book onto the desk. bringing me back to reality with a jerk. I can recall her shouting as if the end of the world had arrived and only because I had obviously not been paying attention. You know we spend the rest of our lives looking back and day dreaming about the future. This book is life in England toward the end of the late fifties and the start of the sixties. Its Twelve Months< Less
Collection of all 2009 shows at the Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, Washington.
Incorporates "Heaven and Earth", "East|West", "Across the Divide" and "2009... More > Annual", as well as solo shows featuring Haris Purnomo, Momoko, Tracy Boyd, Mike Naylor, Kyle Cook, Sarah T. Skinner, Jules Frazier, Tyler Kohlhoff, Marc Lindsay, our 17th Annual Art Marathon and Auction, and more.
CoCA serves the Pacific Northwest as a catalyst and forum for the advancement, development, and understanding of contemporary art.< Less