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Art, climate change challenges come together in new exhibit, UConn course

Vibrant paintings of the lower Connecticut River share space with images of polluted waterways in India and mixed-media works evoking future water wars and the power and physical properties of water in an exhibit that opened last week at The William Benton Museum of Art. “Unfiltered” features the works of 11 contemporary and six 19th […]

Wrack Lines – Vol. 4, No. 1: Beware the Grip of the Rip!

Spring/Summer 2004Be careful of the undertow,” my mother warned in somber tones when I went off with friends for a summer swim at Misquamicut Beach, Rhode Island, in my youth. “It’s very powerful and can pull you away from shore–right out to sea!” An inexperienced swimmer, I nodded gravely and went happily on my way […]

Wrack Lines – Vol. 4, No. 1: Letter from the Editor

Spring/Summer 2004Letter From the EditorTo Our ReadersI hope you’ve all enjoyed your summer as much as I did. I had a great time helping to introduce my granddaughter, Emily, to the Atlantic Ocean (she approved). By the time you get this issue, though, our beach paraphernalia will be wistfully stowed away. Nevertheless, if you’re heading […]