May 22nd, Chicago GreenFest. Screening and panel featuring filmmaker Joao Amorim and BFI director Elizabeth Thompson. Film info here.
R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of The Universe
The much anticipated opening May 28th at Arena Stage in Crystal City. Info here.
Bucky Art in Crystal City
A temporary, outdoor art exhibit that pays homage to Fuller and the Geodesic dome. On display now! Info here.
Vol. 11 No. 5
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Written in the 1980's in allegorical form, this serious satire about the rise of multi-national corporations, capitalistic selfishness and the technological revolution emphasizes that our present economic system, and the theories on which it is based are no longer useful because of its false assumption of scarcity. A prophetic writting with the current global financial crisis!
Re-Sources: Saving Living Systems: a replicable, multi-disciplinary, integrated-systems project addressing ecological degradation and cultural genocide. Phase one is the rich, undocumented water culture in the Tibetan areas of Western Sichuan. With grassroots, collaborative strategies, we will use the roots of this culture to teach sustainable practices for economic survival.
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