Friday, August 26, 2011
More than paper cranes.
Not so long ago a friend of mine (Talia Kauk) created a public art project centering around helping to fund the tsunami relief in Japan. (Maybe you read about it in the Denver Post?) She made paper cranes and attached an oragami QR code to the ends of the cranes so that people passing by could scan the code and donate to the tsunami relief.
The cranes were ultimately taken down by the Denver Art Museum. But I just read on Talia's blog that her project has inspired other people who are incorporating her crane idea with ballet. So exciting. Talia, you're amazing.
Ballet Society Crane Project from Talia Kauk on Vimeo.