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Art of Fun

August 21, 2008

The nice thing about having a blog that few people read is that there’s no pressure to keep it updated on a regular basis. I realize these are sentiments I already alluded to in my previous post, but that was before I let a mountain of blogworthy material amass over several weeks spent in varied states of incapacity. As a semi-regular reader of marketing/design/trendhunting blogs, I’m always amazed at the ability of those writers and contributers, many of whom occupy upper-level positions in major agencies, to maintain a steady stream of daily intelligence.

That is the explanation for the following post about an event that happened over a month ago.

ArtSpree! Whee!

Our first trip up to the Contemporary Museum, which is located on a stunning property – once a private residence – in Makiki Heights. ArtSpree is an annual event put on for children that allows them to engage with art through numerous activities and shows. I wasn’t expecting much, but the combination of setting – the green hilly gardens out back of the gallery – with a sprawl of funky-fun activities (for which this big kid is just as much a sucker) was just about as good as it gets when it comes to free entertainment for the kids.

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  1. Anna (of the tropical storm E household) permalink
    August 27, 2008 10:35 pm

    About (ir)regular blog updates, I came back after just a few weeks to find lots of new posts – your blog is great and the kids are adorable, as always! I also sense that a “Best Eats Hawai’i” guide is in the works – there’s a definite theme going on :).

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