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FORESTival
Diane Mack interviewed Ama Rogan and former resident Monique Moss about FORESTival for WWNO
http://www.wwno.org/post/spirit-jazz-fest-brazil-bp-spill-silver-lining-arts-forestival-celebrates-art-and-nature

Isabelle Hayeur’s Underworlds in The Advocate

N.O. billboard artwork shows polluted waters
by Kari Dequine Hardin for The Advocate 4/11/13
(http://theadvocate.com/news/neworleans/5673216-148/new-orleans-billboard-artwork-shows)

Kids in the Woods Summer Camp on Macaroni Kid
http://new-orleans.macaronikid.com/article/458086/kids-in-the-woods-summer-camp






ASITW on WGNO
http://wgno.com/2013/02/15/living-in-the-woods-in-new-orleans/#axzz2LGaQWkpQ


“Artists’ sculptures pose ecological curiosity” by Kari Dequine Harden for The Advocate
http://theadvocate.com/news/neworleans/neworleansnews/5198043-123/artists-sculptures-pose-ecological-curiosity


“Nothing Lasts Forever: Andy Behrle and a year and one day” by Benjamin Morris on pelicanbomb.com
http://www.astudiointhewoods.org/sitw/nothing-lasts-forever-andy-behrle-and-a-year-and-one-day-by-benjamin-morris-on-pelicanbomb-com



Alex Harris and E.O. Wilson book on NPR’s “The Picture Show”
‘Why We Are Here’: Capturing The Spirit Of Mobile, Ala. by Coburn Dukehart on The Picture Show at NPR.org
http://www.npr.org/blogs/pictureshow/2013/01/03/168548625/why-we-are-here-capturing-the-spirit-of-mobile-ala


Monique Verdin’s “My Louisiana Love” streaming online
The documentary film that Monique Verdin worked on while in residence at A Studio in the Woods recently aired on America Reframed on PBS. If you didn’t get a chance to catch it on the big screen, you can stream it online from worldcompass.org
http://worldcompass.org/episodes/my-louisiana-love-nov-11th



A post from German blogger and NOLA expat Ina Pfitzner
Ina Pfitzner paid us a delightful visit one warm fall day and posted the story on her New Orleans-loving bloghttp://lagniappestudies.blogspot.de/2012/11/a-studio-in-woods.html
http://lagniappestudies.blogspot.de/2012/11/fotos-vom-studio-in-woods.html




“Collaboration about Mobile says something important about sense of place” on Nolavie.com
Article “Collaboration about Mobile says something important about sense of place” on Nolavie.com
(http://nolavie.com/2012/10/collaboration-about-mobile-says-something-important-about-sense-of-place-76882.html?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NolaVie%20Weekly%20Newsletter-%20October%2017%202012&utm_content=NolaVie%20Weekly%20Newsletter-%20October%2017%202012+CID_211bf188b449dcb0400815e386626924&utm_source=Email%20marketing%20software&utm_term=Collaboration%20about%20Mobile%20says%20something%20important%20about%20sense%20of%20place )




“E.O. Wilson and Alex Harris: Naturalism, Youth, and Southern Photography” from our Friends at Press Street
Article “E.O. Wilson and Alex Harris: Naturalism, Youth, and Southern Photography at Tulane Oct. 15″  by Nathan C. Martin and our friends at Press Street
http://press-street.com/e-o-wilson-and-alex-harris-naturalism-youth-and-southern-photography-at-tulane-oct-15/


“Ebb and Flow” by Katie Holten for The Visual Artists’ News Sheet

A beautiful article from recent resident Katie Holten for Ireland’s The Visual Artists’ News Sheet
http://www.astudiointhewoods.org/sitw/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/KatieHolten.jpg 


Roy Staab given Milwaukee Arts Board’s 2012 Outstanding Artist Award
Click HERE to read the article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/entertainment/142080933.html#



“Against the Elements: Roy Staab’s Chaise Ile” by Benjamin Morris on pelicanbomb.com
Article “Against the Elements: Roy Staab’s Chaise Ile” by Benjamin Morris on pelicanbomb.com

http://pelicanbomb.com/home/post/204





David Sullivan showing at Arthur Rogers
Former Changing Landscapes resident artist David Sullivan showing Bubble Pop, 2010 in Arthur Roger Gallery’s video room April 7 – May 5, 2012


Click HERE to visit ArthurRogerGallery.com


Benjamin Morris on The Reading Life on WWNO
Click HERE to hear Susan Larson’s interview from 11/29/11
http://wwno.org/post/reading-life-112911



Council President Jacquelyn Brechtel Clarkson visits Kids in the Woods Summer Camp
Read about it and see some pictures on her website HERE.
http://jackieclarkson.com/2011/07/01/kids-in-the-woods-summer-camp/



“The Art of the Environment: A Studio in the Woods” by Benjamin Morris on pelicanbomb.com
Article “The Art of the Environment: A Studio in the Woods” by recent resident Benjamin Morris on pelicanbomb.com
http://pelicanbomb.com/home/post/194



“A Studio in the Woods in Algiers inspires filmmaker” by Mary Rickard
Click here for a link to the article on NOLA.com
http://www.nola.com/movies/index.ssf/2011/10/a_studio_in_the_woods_in_algie.html

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Dr. Michael White in the news!
“New Orleans’ Jazz Scene Still Hurt, Inspired by Katrina”Jeffrey Brown has an update on musician Michael White who continues his efforts to keep New Orleans’ musical tradition strong, five years after Hurricane Katrina.Click here to view the video clip at PBS.org
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/weather/july-dec10/nola_08-31.html#more




Kids in the Woods Summer Camp in the Times Picayune
Thanks to Susan Poag who visited with our campers and took these lovely photos Click HERE to see the pictures at NOLA.com
http://photos.nola.com/4500/gallery/kids_in_the_woods_camp/slideshow/index.html 




“FORESTival offers food, music, art and the lessons of the woods” by Molly Reid
Times Picayune, June 4, 201
Click HERE for the article on NOLA.com

http://www.nola.com/festivals/index.ssf/2010/06/forestival_offers_food_music_a.html


“Art, environmentalism intertwine at Bywater garden project” by Molly Reid
Click HERE to visit NOLA.com for the full article with images.
http://www.nola.com/homegarden/index.ssf/2010/04/art_environmentalism_intertwin.html

“Films in the Forest with Resident David Sullivan” by Gary Michael Smith
Click here to go to Louisiana Film and Video for the articlehttp://www.louisianafilmandvideo.com/LM_Update.jpg



“Art Thrives in These Woods” video by Ryan Rivet
A great video piece on A Studio in the Woods thanks to Ryan Rivet at Tulane University.
Click here for video: “Art Thrives in These Woods”

http://tulane.edu/news/newwave/030910_studio.cfm




“Respect for nature, and a penchant for finding salvaged materials, built A Studio in the Woods” by Molly Reid
[Click here for the full article]

http://www.nola.com/homegarden/index.ssf/2009/06/post_20.html

by Molly Reid, The Times-Picayune





“Barriers fall as good vibes flow” by Lolis Eric Elie
Click HERE for the article at NOLA.com
http://blog.nola.com/lolisericelie/2008/10/barriers_fall_as_good_vibes_fl.html 




“Traditional jazz clarinetist Dr. Michael White a true Renaissance Man” by Molly Reid
View the article at NOLA.com
http://www.astudiointhewoods.org/sitw/traditional-jazz-clarinetist-dr-michael-white-a-true-renaissance-man-by-molly-reid/View%20the%20article%20at%20NOLA.com

Click HERE to listen to tracks from this release
http://www.nola.com/new_nolaradio/index.ssf?content.ssf/2008/06/michaelwhite.xml



A Studio In The Woods on ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, National Public Radio
Click here to listen.
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5244076





“Facing the Music” by Keith Spera

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