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Nutbread Land – Speakeasy! by David Anderson

I heard beforehand that The Speakeasy was going to be more dynamic than the typical art show, but still I was surprised by the number of events and the breadth of the subjects covered. Except for the food and beer … Continue reading

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Wes Janz speaks at The Speakeasy!

Wes Janz is the founder of onesmallproject.org, a collection of global and local initiatives that foreground the lives of people that many observers consider to be in-need or at-risk. He is a professor of architecture at Ball State University where, in … Continue reading

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“Cabin(s) in the Woods” By Wes Janz

Pallet Garage is very likely the first building in the United States to be constructed almost entirely of timber pallets and granted a building permit (STR11-02978, City of Indianapolis, Department of Code Enforcement, August 26, 2011). Pallets are omnipresent. The … Continue reading

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