November 3, 2011 I cut my political teeth in the sixties. I am far left of center and an activist. It seems very long ago that we activists fought with fervor and hope, believing that we could change America for the better. And indeed, in many ways we did. Our legacy of civil rights and […]
Barry M. Shapiro earned a doctoral degree in Philosophy from UCSD in 1972. He’s co-edited and art directed two books: PsychoSources: A Psychology Resources Catalog published by Bantam Books & The Women Say/The Men Say: Issues In Work, Sexuality & Power, published by Delta Books. After teaching Philosophy to college students and Diversity to private & public sector employees, he returned to school in 2002 to study digital arts: video & photography. His photomontages are seen frequently in the Bay Area in group and solo shows.“Spectacles of Devotion: An Ecumenical Suite,” his current body of work, aims to meld a passion for social justice with his addiction to aesthetics--advancing the goal of penetrating prejudice through compelling images that reveal searching souls behind social stereotypes. A 40-year retrospective of his work may be found on his website: www.IntelligentDesignArtStudio.com.