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harold sikkema

Institutional Memory

If you're familiar with Cardus, you'll have come across an issue or two of Comment magazine, which in its Winter 2014 incarnation features my work, Burning Bush on the front cover. Here's the image in print adjacent to its aluminum counterpart. Does...

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Silver Planets

What happens when you hang your world on imagination? This past summer, Phil, Rob, Julia and I got busy at Silver Lake (near Kincardine, Ontario) in an effort to orchestrate discovery. With so many eager hands and bright minds around, we...

What happens when you hang you...

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Movers and Shakers

It's tempting to don a skeleton on one of the few days of the year when it's socially sanctioned. Of course, I could wait until I'm dead: plenty of time to feed the worms then. On the other hand, I...

It's tempting to don a ske...

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Making Little Planets

I had a great time at Art Forms Youth Art Studio this week, making little planets in Photoshop with a group of enthused kids. Here are a few excerpts: [gallery type="square" ids="1218,1219,1220,1221,1222"]...

I had a great time at Art Form...

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The Patriarch

Father Christmas remembers (in spite of frostbite) not to slouch in the company of guests. But stiff upper lip or none, In the eyes of Rangifer tarandus, he'll always be the upstandingest citizen. So what if he was forever polarizing the elvish? Fragmented skin notwithstanding, he's...

Father Christmas remembers (in...

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