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The talented Casey Logan recently wrote a marvelous article about the project in the Omaha World-Herald. Casey is an attendee at many Squishtalks events, including a turn as the mystery presenter at the third Arthaus12 where he provoked conversation around the “art of truth.” I was thrilled that Casey’s interest in conversation and a good story led him to pen the piece, which you can read here.
Contribute and Claim Your Perk! In order to raise funds for this project and to match the grant awarded by Humanities Nebraska, I am crowdfunding on IndieGoGo here. To recognize and thank people for their crowdfunding support they are entitled to a perk. One of those perks is a limited edition t-shirt, imaginatively modeled by me here. Don’t worry, the real ones will be of great quality and will look marvelous, as will you! There are only 100 of these on offer, so claim yours now, here. Other contribution perks include: Conversation Collectors: Three pocket-sized, kraft brown Moleskin cahier journals, hand stamped with the project’s eye-catching logo Eye Spy Postcard Pack: A set of 10 postcards with photographic images taken during the project. Expect people, places and things and to be surprised Road Funk Annihilator: Don’t act like you don’t know what I mean when I talk about road funk. Get your pine-scented hanging car air freshener for the summer Mile Marker: On this 830 mile journey what mile do you want to mark? You …
Grant received from Humanities Nebraska Over a period of some months I had spoken about this idea to Chris Sommerich at Humanities Nebraska. Chris was enthusiastic and encouraging so, with the support of Omaha Creative Institute who are sponsoring this endeavor, a grant application was submitted. It was with delight that in April Humanities Nebraska awarded a grant of $8,000!