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Image Archives: Stories: Kristin Giordano

  • The 1866 Stevens House got a facelift when the TMA converted the former Janos restaurant space into a gallery for the art of the Americas. Repairs to damage in the foundation at the northwest end of the house on Main Street delayed the opening a year. Pictured in color are examples of art you can see in the new space, from a third century nose ornament to late-20th century paintings and clay pieces. Inset: Niches in the chapel area display decorative arts from the Spanish Colonial period.
  • Goodbye, Columbus
  • The 1866 Stevens House got a facelift when...
  • Kristin Giordano
  • Apr 5, 2001
  • Handmade furniture and other functional objects are on display along with paintings and sculpture. Curator Joanne Stuhr wanted to mix up the "high" and "low" arts.
  • Goodbye, Columbus
  • Handmade furniture and other functional objects are on...
  • Kristin Giordano
  • Apr 5, 2001
  • Author Leo Sonderegger: "It's peculiar, isn't it? I'm in the odd position of being the oldest new writer in the world. A lot of men my age are in rocking chairs."
  • Novel Approach
  • Author Leo Sonderegger: "It's peculiar, isn't it? I'm...
  • Kristin Giordano
  • Mar 29, 2001
  • <i>Glumdalclitch</i> is a "beautifully crafted story," says Lynn La Plant, co-owner of Reader's Oasis, which is carrying copies of the book.
  • Novel Approach
  • Glumdalclitch is a "beautifully crafted story," says Lynn...
  • Kristin Giordano
  • Mar 29, 2001

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