Click here to jump directly to art-making instructions. I started writing this on a rainy day in my corner of France with intermittent thunder and lightning. I’m sitting in a cozy stone barn with a sharply slanting roof. For some 300 years this building was home to sheep. With some upgrades like a water-tight roof,… Read more »

I am in my beloved French countryside in a tiny hamlet in southwestern France. I have close relationships with neighbors, some of whom I have known for 30 years now. Yesterday, for a lark, Roz Jacobs and I took an hour-long drive through the countryside to go to a vide greniers (literally an emptying of… Read more »

In partnership with the USC Shoah Foundation, we launched a new activity on their powerful iWitness platform. This is part of an important initiative called 100 Days to Inspire Respect. This is especially timely as we are in Holocaust Remembrance Month. The activity is called Resilience Through Art – The Memory Project. Scroll down until… Read more »