Streaming Conference 2014
This weekend I had the great pleasure of attending the Streaming Conference 2014 at Rochester College . It was an event with great speakers including Richard Beck , Greg Boyd, Sara & John Barton, and Jennifer Rundlett. I found about about the conference through ReKnew.org.
I wanted to be involved so I volunteered to help in any way I could.
The organizers of the event commissioned me to take their logo for Streaming and paint it across wood pallets.
What a great project that turned into! I really enjoyed working with a variety of materials : wood, paint, photoshop, digital projection, my belt sander and of course, a drill!
Here is a picture of the logo :
This is a picture of a few wood pallets as I was disassembling some and adding boards to the others to make a complete pallet with no spaces
This is one quarter of the complete piece – it ended up being 12 feet long by 4 feet high so I worked at it in segments inside ((it just happened to rain all weekend))
and here’s how it came out, installed in the theatre at Rochester College
Here are some photo highlights of the conference.
My Dancing Day book by Jennifer Rundlett
Richard Beck covered his book The Slavery of Death
Also available was selection of books by Greg Boyd : Seeing is Believing , God of the Possible , Benefit of the Doubt , & God at War
My lunch my husband packed for me ((since I have a hard time remembering to eat when I’m busy))
Beck’s talk was very moving – his work with maximum security prison inmates is astounding. It is incredible when an individual can resonate with an outcast group of unloved souls.
Greg Boyd’s presentation was outstanding. He crammed so much theology in 45 minutes that brains were spinning when he got done serving it up! AWESOME
And this happened ((2 thumbs way, WAY up))
At the end of the weekend Greg Boyd & Richard Beck were available for a discussion group.
It was such a great experience – I’m so happy I was able to attend! If you want to see more images, check out Streaming Conference 2014 and #rcstreaming on twitter.