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We interrupt our move to California to let you know that the first installment in the Caterpickles Parenting Series is finally available. What’s That, Mom? uses the proven case-study format to help parents get their children outside and asking questions that … Continue reading
Henry Moore’s sundial sculpture outside the Adler Planetarium, titled Man Enters the Cosmos, celebrates our nation’s space program. At the time the sculpture was created in 1980, NASA had already sent men to the moon and probes to Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Continue reading
Hope you spot something interesting while you’re out and about today. Related Links: Giant deer, ‘Real Fake’ sculptures installed along Chicago Riverwalk (Curbed Chicago)
As some of you know, I’ve been working on a series of books on how parents can foster their children’s curiosity. The first book in the series, The Caterpickles Bunny Book, talks about how parents can use public art to nurture their child’s love of art, without being an artist themselves. I plan to release the book this summer, but first I need your help. I am looking for 3-5 Caterpickles readers to serve as beta readers for the Caterpickles Bunny Book. If you’re interested, please leave a comment or email me. Continue reading
Flame of the Millennium by Leonardo Nierman, glimpsed as we zipped by on I-90 (the Kennedy Expressway). Related Links: More Wordless Wednesday on Caterpickles Much better photos here: Public Art in Chicago: Flame of the Millennium
Related Links: More Wordless Wednesday on Caterpickles