random but funny

October 29, 2009 at 6:23 pm 1 comment

I just got this link from a Google alert and thought I’d share. It looks like something I wrote was translated into another language and then translated back to English by a non-human bot. My favorite line, I think, is the “free, hands-on art labor for the minors”.

I love me a good funny. Below, a copy of the page. It does, though, reference our sustainability season as it was picked up in the Discovery Channel’s Treehugger site, which is pretty cool.

-diane  :)

“October 28

Media involvement in ASU Art Museum ‘s Shaping Sustainability season

ASU Art Museum Defining Sustainability season covered on Treehugger.comASU Art Museum Shaping Sustainability season covered onTreehugger.com

Snap the image above to read the full article on the ASU Art Museum ‘s up-to-the-minute season of exhibitions entitled Delineate Sustainability It Holds exciting for us that so many people are besides interested therein subject one we all cognise is not rattlingly new to artists.

Come by the museum Tuesdays – Sat through Jan 2010 to see all of the exhibitions personally. An added fillip – the first Sabbatum of every month the museum holds free hands-on art labor for the minors! Cheque out our internet site calendar for dates and times.


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