Sunday, March 27, 2011

Eco Art Therapy Program Teaching Opportunities

Eco Art Therapy Program Teaching Opportunities

ArtServe members: ArtServe is pleased to offer teaching opportunities for the 2011 Eco Art Therapy Program. This year's Eco Art Program willl be combined with ArtServe's Inside/(OUT)!-Art as Healing Therapy exhibition. The exhibition is being expanded to provide an even greater reach into the community with two new exhibit spaces, additional teaching opportunities and more participants. Keep an eye out for exhibit details.

For more information, see http://artserve.org/

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Casting Call-"Enough Already! with Peter Walsh"-OWN Network


Trash to Treasure has been contacted by the producers of Enough Already with Peter Walsh!  They are trying to cast for their show.  Check out what they have to say below.  Here is a link to their online application.

ARE YOU A HOMEOWNER OVERWHELMED BY CLUTTER IN YOUR LIFE? 
- Is clutter taking over all the spaces in your life- your home? Your office? Or yet... another  storage unit?
- Despite your best efforts, do you feel like you have lost control to a growing clutter problem? 
- Have you given up and are now ready for guidance from organizational guru, Peter Walsh?

Enough Already! with Peter Walsh - a series for OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network - is looking for participants who are finally ready to say goodbye to chaos and clutter, and hello to an organized and healthy way of living.


APPLICANTS MUST BE AVAILABLE TO PARTICIPATE FOR ONE WEEK SOMETIME BETWEEN MID-APRIL TO LATE JUNE 2011

To be considered, please provide the following information.   
Include: 
Name  
Contact information  
City 
Description of your clutter and situation (250 words or less)  
All information is confidential and will only be shared with the program producers. 
To apply you can email directly at castingclutter@gmail.com



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"Enough Already! with Peter Walsh"
Casting Department
c/o Discovery Studios

Monday, March 7, 2011

Raccoon Recycling

Broward County has a good recycling program at its Parks.  The containers are shaped like a soda bottle.  Still, on this trip I saw contamination.

Public, event recycling is always a challenge.  But I caught this guy recycling.


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