May 25, 2011

A Moment in the Park

     Saturday, June 11     9:00am - 12:00pm

     Big Rock in Cherokee Park
     Park Boundary Rd
     Louisville, KY

An opportunity to compose creative Moments while walking through beautiful Cherokee Park!

I will be working on a project involving art, poetry, and minimal interactivity with Google Maps. I would like to invite everyone on this day, at this time, and weather permitting, to meet me at Big Rock in Cherokee Park (Louisville, KY) to come create Moments along with me in the early morning. A small workshop will be held before we begin for those that are not familiar with daily Moment art.

We will be creating small 5-minute Moments of art/poetry/photography/whatever at certain stops along the Scenic Loop around Cherokee Park, and utilizing the tour guide feature on Google Maps, we will create a different kind of tour around the park, a less actual, but more imaginative, tour to enhance the experience of travelers around the park. These tours will be available via my website,

You may choose to participate in the tour project, or you may come out and create Moments for your own benefit. Either way, I hope some of you can come out and take a leisurely stroll around the park, 2-3 hours, as we spend a morning creating works of art that have no other purpose than to be.

I will have some paper and pens/pencils, but if you would like to work in a different medium then please bring these items with you.

When we are finished, you may bring your Moments home to polish them up, then email them back to me to place in the tour. Else, you may decide that you've said what you've needed to say and I can take them that day. Or, you may decide that you'd like to keep your Moments to yourself, and that is perfectly fine too. Remember, however, the purpose of the daily Moment art is to create something out of one unrefined moment and give it freely and unashamedly to the world.

I will be happy to entertain any questions. For those of you unfamiliar with daily Moment art, please see my website at

I hope to see many of you there. The more people that participate in this Google Maps tour project, the more successful I believe this interactive journey can be for the audience.

Until then!


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