Starting a New Year

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Yesterday marked the beginning of our second year of The CG Project. We’re starting off strong this year with Diana’s largest site-specific installation, Mario’s graduation from Columbia College and Osito’s and Kylie’s birthdays all happening this weekend. A lot of great things are happening for us and we hope that you’ll join us in celebrating this Saturday, May 5 at 7pm at the Bridgeport Arts Center for The Opening of Apparitions and Constructions.

As we move forward, we’ll try to build on our 5 most viewed posts:

  • Against All Odds – Nov. 17 – This family documentary was a collaboration between my sister, Luza Tatgenhorst and I. It’s about the struggles that my other sister, Grace Kozlowski, fought through to bring her daughter home from the hospital.
  • Geometrically Speaking II – Nov. 14 – Angela Bryant curated this show, which featured work that helped Diana rediscover painting.
  • Columbia College Chicago Thesis Screening – Nov. 23 – This was the announcement for my thesis screening that lead to my graduation. I’ve already received my diploma and I’ll walk this Sunday.
  • Cinematic Garden: Transplant – Mar. 3 – This is the debut of our new gardening series. The second episode only received one view so far but we’ll get better.
  • What a Difference a Year Makes – May 27 – This early article celebrated Kylie Ann Kozlowski’s first year. It was an emotional year for the family.

Honorable mentions include: The Patio Gardeners Are Back, about a web series by Arlen Parsa and Tiffany Wilson; Madness and Art in The World of Z, Mario’s first film review about a feature doc by Brad Besser; and Diana Drinks the Kool-Aid, about our trip to Los Angeles.

2 thoughts on “Starting a New Year

    […] Team CG celebrates by reviewing our top five blog posts. It’s a tradition we started last May Day. […]

    […] a day-to-day occurrences now. I first noticed the world shifting around me in the Summer of 2012. The CG Project was beginning its second year. It was the beginning of an idea that would lead to my Dual World photo […]

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