While there are certainly a whole bunch of updates & content that needs to be refined & organized, that website will be the new portal for all my ventures, explorations, and teachings in the future. After years of frustration with the limited coverage of arts, science and humanities in the media, Maria Armoudian and Luke Goode have taken matters into their own hands. With the end of 2015 near, the completion of The Rich Mouse” limited-edition project at the Tampa Book Arts Studio is also in sight!
My whole life has been centered around this reality, and there’s no distinction in my heart between strength training, functional movement, manual medicine, acupuncture, herbology, injury rehab, combat sports, and tactical science. After his death his son gave the press to the University of Richmond, which placed it on extended loan at the Tampa Book Arts Studio. Grants of £100 to £1500 are available to Arts Award centres in England working on Arts Award projects with young people for whom access and inclusion is an issue.
Funding of between £50,000 and £150,000 per year is available for up to 3 years within six geographical clusters (West Midlands Urban, London East, Tees Valley & Sunderland, Bristol & Somerset, Eastern Counties and Liverpool City Region), will need to have a strong track record of delivering services to young people aged 10-18 (up to 25 if disabled) and have an annual income in the region of £300,000 to £2 million.
I know I don’t have to be afraid of the final outcome or how it will look in the end” because the color and texture will carry it, no matter what I do. I can suspend judgment, trust the process, and allow the incredible combination of light and color and movement take form in front of me.
In 2006, more than fifty years later, the manuscript was discovered by Dr. Welford Taylor, Professor of English Emeritus at the University of Richmond and curator of the University Museums’ recent exhibition, Julius J. Lankes: Survey of an American Artist.” Dr. Taylor has edited the Rich Mouse manuscript, written an introduction outlining its history and meaning, and proposed its publication to Dr. Richard Mathews, Director of the Tampa Book Arts Studio.