October 17th, 2006

objects in space (credit: courvidae @ li

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I'm taking a directing series at the School of Drama, and we're encouraged to spend 2 hours a week on a date with our "artist." Not as froofy as it sounds... we're just suppose to go do something on our own that will feed our artistic side, or show us something new about the world (so that in turn, we have a greater database to influence our creative process).

So! Does anyone have any great suggestions of things to do in the UW area? It can be anything from art exhibits, nice walks, campus events, interesting spots on campus to people watch, attending a class that you're not signed up for... anything that is something you just normally wouldn't do (... or something you might do, but a different way of experiencing/approaching it).

Cheap is good, free is great!

Much thanks, Bellos!
Sarah-Ruth

Found: 1970s "American Eagle" steel frame bicycle

It's been in the bushes by the ROTC building for a week or two, missing its front wheel, so it was probably stolen and abandoned. If it's yours, tell me a bit about it (color, accessories, etc) and I'll return it. I just didn't like seeing it lying there in the rain. You can email me at foundbike at NOSPAM elsewhere dot org.