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The end…of a season.

by Geoff Hall on August 30, 2016

August 2016 – The end…of a season “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” Ecclesiastes.   The Group has been around for 15 years. We started in 2001 and have experienced many (…)

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Pro-creation – Co-creation

by Geoff Hall on July 29, 2016

July 2016 – Pro-creation – Co-creation Salt, yeast and mustard seed. Our work is likened to some earthly things, elements that transform the very substance they are added to.   The trick to the efficacy of these elements is that (…)

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The Group – Monthly Letter, March 2013

by Geoff Hall on March 26, 2013

Hi, I was reading Paul Schrader’s book ‘Transcendental Style in Film: Ozu, Bresson, Dreyer’ (Published by Da Capo Press, 1972) and came across this little word of wisdom.   “Transcendental Style is a common formalistic solution to…problems in individual cultures, (…)

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Momentum – Eyeing the potency of colour

by Geoff Hall on January 18, 2012

Momentum – Eyeing the potency of colour in the work of Marco Cazzulini   Tomorrow we start a series with a new guest blogger, Marco Cazzulini, from the historical city of Bath Spa, UK!! To introduce this series there’s an (…)

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On Being an Artist

by Geoff Hall on January 6, 2012

On Being an Artist: I’ve asked a few artists and a gallery owner to contribute to the Arts Mentoring Blog as guest bloggers over the coming weeks. After my own guestly appearance at GideonStrauss.com I thought it highlighted a good practice (…)

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Group Letter – January

by Geoff Hall on January 31, 2011

December, 2010.  “the epistemology of love”Dear Mentoring Group, Well, it’s been quite a month hasn’t it?  What with Tunisia and Egypt rocking and reeling from people-power and protests organised via Facebook and Twitter AND it appears that Yemen is next.And (…)

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