That’s not a racial assertion, but an aesthetic one. At General Assembly, some booths in the exhibit hall were visually attractive and others were bland, and it was largely a function of the use of color. But there are some steps to make a booth more interesting. Let’s consider how exhibit halls are set up.… Continue reading Your booth is too white
Here! I will almost certainly go to General Assembly in Charlotte, N.C. this year: the site of the first GA I attended (1993) and the first one I will have attended since Boston in 2003. I’m not in a pastorate and I have no vote. Most of the sessions leave me cold. Then why go?… Continue reading General Assembly 2011 shout-out!
The current financial crisis is going to make General Assembly travel difficult for many Unitarian Universalists this year, but I looked into going. After all, the rail trip from the East to Salt Lake City is among the loveliest in the world. But the more I read about heavy out-of-state Mormon financing of the anti-gay… Continue reading General Assembly is where . . . ?
I’ve been thinking about how to reduce my plastic use, if for no other reason than it doesn’t biodegrade in a lifetime. (Crumbling isn’t the same.) Because the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly is coming up, I have to wonder again about the Banner Parade — a major feature of the opening plenary session —… Continue reading Reducing plastic: Banners at General Assembly
Scott McNeill has created a site with details and photos for the amenities General Assembly attendees might need in Fort Lauderdale. Ft. Lauderdale Info for GA 2008