Many good things are happening, yesterday brought an article in the New York Times, written by Michael Tortorello, who visited Arcosanti in January.
A highlight of the article are gorgeous photos by Flagstaff photographer John Burcham, see Arcosanti photos.
We’re were also on the air live yesterday afternoon, Thursday Feb 16, on KQNA 99.9FM, with a 20 minute discussion about the new LEAN LINEAR CITY Book, conducted on Q & A by Sandy Moss with Cosanti Foundation President Jeff Stein . Link will be added as soon as available.
On February 7. 2012 KNAU And Arizona News had an interview with Paolo Soleri on the news at 4:16 PM. The interview was conducted by Prof. Constance Devereaux, Program Coordinator NAU Arts and Cultural Management.
In addition, notes on Arcosanti appear this month, February 2012, in the following publications
US AIR MAGAZINE
Beautiful photo of the Soleri Bridge
INTERIOR DESIGN magazine
article about a San Diego collector of early Soleri work
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST magazine
house on Shelter Island with a Soleri bell; owners visited here last month
ART IN AMERICA magazine
article on work of artist Doug Aitken pictured at Arcosanti
TECHONOMY 2011, A Report from the Conference
Quote by Jeff Stein
“10 Towns that Do things Their Own Way”, see Frommers
“100 cool places in Arizona” on 2/14/2012 with a listing of Arcosanti, see at LA Times
“Local Legends” Paolo Soleri one of 8 famous Arizonians, ‘that we’re proud to call our own’
The following universities are working on Arcosanti-idea-related projects.
Northern Arizona University
Prof. Constance Devereaux, Arts Management
Prof. Stefan Sommer, Sustainability
Prof. George Speer, NAU Art Museum
Prof. Kathleen McGeever, Theatre
Prof. Jen McLerren, Museum Studies
Prof. Jason Matteson, Ethics/Philosophy
Arizona State University
Prof. John Meunier, Architecture
Prof. Jason Griffiths, Architecture
Cal Poly Pomona
Prof. George Proctor, Architecture/Computers
Strathclyde University/Glasgow, Scotland
Prof. David Grierson, Architecture
University of Houston
Prof. Peter Zweig