Websites developed by Iris Arts
Voz Propia Foundation
Website development and maintenance.
What To Do: Prepare To Survive
Website with disaster preparation information that is available in the book "Bird Flu / What To Do" published in 2004.
Website for setting in the Andes in Ecuador where women are taught to weave to support themselves
Website for activist, statesman Daniel Ellsberg
Website design and maintenance for community garden founder Karl Linn
Peace As A Human Right
Website Development and maintenance
History Computer Communications
This is a complex interlinked site of a book about the history of computer communication written by Jim Pelkey, a venture capitalist who was intricately involved in funding the "fathers" of the technology revolution.
Upaya Zen Center
Early website design for Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Truth In Costa Rica
An informational site with both reflections and opinions about social and political changes in Costa Rica after CAFTA was in place/
A Digital Media BiographyKarl Linn
A unique digital media biography of the life Karl Linn made up of about 20 excerpt from interviews over a period of two years where Karl talked about his life. Excerpts are parsed into categories from early to late history, mentors, extended projects, etc.
The Wolf We Feed
An information website used to inform about the social issues relevant in the free trade agreement in Central America (CAFTA)
Children Of Iran.
Site developed by cohorts who visited Iran and returned with images of peace drawn by Iranian children.
Website development for group of women in the Andes in Ecuador who are learning indigenous weaving skills as a way to support themselves so they are not dependent of abusive spouses.
Iris Arts & Education Group
An early website
Meditation Art & Action
Break on Through
Website design for movie proposal