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That's a phrase the traveling art warrior Leigh Hyams used in our interview with her at SF's Meridian Gallery. Artists are saving the world, she says. And she means it. And if Godfrey Reggio is an example, I have to believe it. Our conversation with the maker of the films Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqaatsi is perhaps the most inspiring of any we've done. This issue brims with great content. John Toki. Drawings by Scott Miller. Photos by Blaine Ellis. A lost Mariposa garden. More.

 

Issue# 12               April 2005

This Incredible Fact of Being Alive

Table of Contents

from the editor

A Conversation with Godfrey Reggio
"A Call for Another Way of Living"

Treasures from the Archives

A Conversation with Leigh Hyams
"This Incredible Fact of Being Alive"

Department of Worth Knowing:
Rover Khayyam

Blaine Ellis
Photography Portfolio: "Where Light Dwells"

John Toki and Some Reflections
on Cultural Service

A Lost Mariposa Garden

Scott Miller
Portfolio: Drawings

Mary B. Moorhead
"Toward an Ageless Society"

Rue Harrison:
Indigo Animal

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