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Jan­ice Tanton’s stu­dio gets a facelift and re-organization. These before and after pics show use­ful ways to store and orga­nize a cre­ative space.

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Take up a voice in cham­pi­oning the arts in edu­ca­tion at the K-12 lev­els, or the arts fund­ing cuts will con­tinue to occur. In the end, our soci­ety will suf­fer because we have failed to impart crit­i­cal think­ing skills nec­es­sary to solve the com­plex prob­lems of our soci­ety or to pro­vide alter­na­tive edu­ca­tion meth­ods. Our sys­tems have let us down. At the end of the day, it falls upon wise par­ents to impart not only art skills to the best of their abil­ity, but most impor­tantly, the crit­i­cal think­ing processes involved when cre­at­ing in the arts: brain skills that every­one requires.

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Grace thinks about what it would be like to jump inside a TV.

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Jan­ice Tan­ton signs world­wide licens­ing agree­ment with JMS Art Licens­ing of Pawlet, Vermont.

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Who’s Yo Daddy?

On March 25, 2011 By

Tim­o­thy Dal­ton and Michael Ignati­eff bare a sur­pris­ing facial resem­blance to one another, while the cow­boy Harper tries tah fig­ger it out.

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It’s “all in the fam­ily” when it comes to cre­at­ing work in the stu­dio. Every­one inspires and assists when the stu­dio is located in the mid­dle of the home and the hub­bub of fam­ily and home all takes place around the work.

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Stage 3 of the first two works in the Red Canoe Series — 2011, by Jan­ice Tanton.

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Four sim­ple steps we took as we set out to define our vision for the year, and set our goals in art, as a cou­ple and as a family.

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Jeremy Rifkin’s video pre­sen­ta­tions at the RSA on The Empathic Civilization.

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