Tag: documents

  • Katherine Dreier, The Société Anonyme Museum of Modern Art, & Yale University, 1941

    Katherine Dreier, a co-founder in 1920 of The Société Anonyme Museum of Modern Art, gave an ethical legacy to my great-grandmother and a cultural legacy to the United States. The year Dreier deeded her collection to Yale University –1941 — she also wrote to my great-grandmother Ruth Seely Preston. In her letter, she enclosed an announcement by The Société Anonyme […]

  • An ethical legacy from Katherine Dreier

    Katherine Dreier, co-founder with Marcel Duchamp of the Société Anonyme, knew my great-grandmother Ruth Seely Preston and Ruth’s mother, Charlotte Seely. I inherited a letter from Katherine Dreier to Ruth Seely in which Dreier writes to the census bureau because Ruth had no birth certificate. Read more→

  • Register for the “United We Stand” Hawaii state conference today!

    Register for the “United We Stand” Hawaii state conference today!

    I am excited to be presenting my Vague Language (VL) workshop at the “United We Stand” Hawaii state conference co-hosted by the Aloha State Association of the Deaf (ASAD), Hawaii Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (HRID), and Miss Deaf Hawai`i Ambassador Program (MDHAP). The conference takes place August 19-21, 2011, in Honolulu, HI at […]

  • Can’t get enough workshops, Yuma? I’m coming in October!

    Can’t get enough workshops, Yuma? I’m coming in October!

    My esteemed colleague Kirsten Nelson is presenting workshops in Yuma, Arizona this weekend, and I will be presenting workshops there first weekend of October. I’m sure Kirsten’s workshops are knocking their socks off, and I hope mine will blow their minds. By the time we’re done with them they’ll be barefoot and openminded! 😉 Here’s […]