Archive for March, 2012

Hey! The Henderson Inclusion School is on T.V.!

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

My family is very fortunate to be part of the William Henderson Inclusion School community. When my oldest got in it was like winning the lottery. The success of the Henderson is in large part the inclusion model, its strong leadership, amazing teachers and staff, and strong parent involvement. Its commitment to art, performance and music as creative expression is immeasurable. Each child is met where they are and given the tools to succeed. The bold embrace of innovation and technology has been amazing to witness. The dogged determination of the students and fierce devotion of the staff is an inspiration. There are victories, everyday. I truly mean everyday.

Spotted

Monday, March 12th, 2012

… in Fields Corner Dorchester today. Love the type and illustration style!

Plastic Facets

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Geometric acrylic sculptures by Manhattan-based artist Phillip Low. The pieces are made from sheets of colored acrylic laminated onto large blocks of acrylic that are then milled into faceted shapes to capture light differently at every angle.

via Design Milk / Erin Griffiths