combines careers in dairy and construction,
a decade of communal living and
a study of history for a unique
and hopeful outlook.
says in his forward
to NEW BUFFALO,
be reminded of what is still necessary
to do and the only manner in which
I can conceive of it being done.
What Arty AnSwei was looking at
thirty years ago, has now accumulated
into some monumental challenges.
If our ideals – our
intellect and spirit –are
to be equal to the need, then
this would be the time for a hopeful
movement to arise. Not an angry
phenomenon, but joyous: One that
addresses freedom, development,
population, spirituality, service,
and the sharing of wealth. Now
Born in NYC in 1944, Art has lived
on both coasts and in the Midwest.
He has traveled extensively in Europe,
studied Chinese language, and has
looked at clouds from both sides
Look back with Arty as his journals
capture that “Woodstock spirit” and
look forward to imagine a better
Art engages his audience with stories
and songs from the days at New Buffalo.
He takes history and weaves it into
the present, working still to achieve
the vision of a society where joy,
health and happiness happens through
work, sharing and less materialism
Where has he spoken?
New College Santa Rosa Ca.
Copperfield Books, Sebastopol Ca.
Reader's Books City of Sonoma, Ca.,
Zebulon Lounge, Petaluma, Ca.
KRSH radio with Doug Smith, Santa Rosa
KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe
Garcia St. Books, Santa
Bound to be Read Albuq.
Santa Rosa Junior College, Jill Kelly-Moore
KDXU Salt Lake,
KAUS Austin, Minn.
KOTO, Teluride Co.
Thom Carnevale, (One
hour tape recording available)