This box was my grandmother's. It is from Unity, Sask. Canada. As you can see from the front label. The top of the box explains the Legend of Dogwood, how it was the wood used for the cross that Jesus carried to his crucifixion.
In 2006 the Broken Biscuits group were given a slot in the performance tent at Unity Day in Woodhouse Moor, Hyde Park, Leeds.
There was art work on display by the following artists: Amy Warren - paintings Dan Walls - moving toy sculptures and films Alicia Talikowska - films Wisdomtooth & Kieran - live music Lorna - created the opportunity for audience participation by providing paints and fabric to paint on
In the wastes of Kafornia, exists a small band of people, picking up the pieces of civilization, and making a go at it once more, with the construction of Fort Unity: A place of safety in a violent world.
ABOUT ME: Barbara Doduk has had a web site since 1997, which included a journal. She started a web site to promote her creative writing, poetry and photography interests. Over the last 10 years the www has evolved and so has web journalling or as it is now known "blogging".
In 2010 I became a mum and stopped blogging for the time being.
THE LOVE BLOG is her main personal journal.
WIREDSECRET is her poetry weblog.
THE UNITY PROJECT is her world wide photograph collection for unity.