Celebrate with Whole Terrain at Significance of Scale release party

Originally posted on February 7, 2011

Join Whole Terrain in celebrating the release of its latest volume, Significance of Scale, this Saturday, February, 12, 2011, at 7 p.m. at the Starving Artist.

Enjoy readings by authors Richard Wagner and Reeve Gutsell, a performance piece by Rochelle Gandour, a cello performance by Andrew Cunningham and an original dance by Micaela Cypher.

Explore different perspectives of scale, including interactive activities with microscopes, hand lenses, kaleidoscopes and multi-media presentations.

Martha’s Saucy Little Tarts will serve up special drinks and appetizers.

Significance of Scale grapples with questions on orders of magnitude both great and small. This volume collects the work of environmentalists, writers, and artists, who have perspectives on and questions about the significance of scale. Contributors include Kathleen Dean Moore, Jeffrey Hollander, Charles Siebert, Sandra Steingreber, John Calderazzo, Seth Kantner and others.

Whole Terrain journal is published by Antioch University New England.

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