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Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Quark Park to host final event before it closes down for good
Courtney Gross, Staff Writer, Princeton Packet

The Scientist as Rebel
Freeman Dyson Talks about Nuclear Weapons, Space Travel, and the Future
Joy E. Stocke, Wild River Review

An Interview with Rush Holt
Kim Nagy and Chris Allen, Wild River Review

Friday, October 27, 2006
Where art and atoms collide
Aditi Vasan, The Daily Princetonian

October 21, 2006
Science Comes to Life in a Park Full of Surprises
Jill P. Capuzzo, The New York Times

October 16, 2006
Music in Stone
Sculptor Jonathan Shor Constructs a Lithophone at Quark Park

Joy E. Stocke, Wild River Review

October 15, 2006
Quark Park sparks playful collaborations between engineers and artists
Teresa Riordan, Princeton Engineering News

September 28, 2006
Journey into the male & female brain
An interview with Tracey Shors

Kim Nagy, Wild River Review

September 25, 2006
Science takes a walk in the park
Jennifer Greenstein Altmann, Princeton Weekly Bulletin  

September 6, 2006
Quark Park
Patrick Regan, NJN News

September 17, 2006

It's a Lot of Inspiration
Scientists and artists team up to create park

Kitta MacPherson, The Star-Ledger

September 12, 2006
Quark Park Makes Its Debut
Hilary Parker, Staff Writer, Princeton Packet

September 5, 2006
Art, science thrive in garden
Jeanne Jackson DeVoe, Special to The Times

September 5, 2006
Fundraiser to launch Quark Park's opening
Hilary Parker, Staff Writer, Princeton Packet

September 3, 2006
Mechanics of science - at temporary N.J. park
Joy E. Stocke, Editorials & Commentary, Philadelphia Inquirer

August 30, 2006
Borough Zoners Quell Security Concerns With Quark Park
Matthew Hersh, Staff Writer, Town Topics

August 29, 2006
Quark Park must police itself
Kara Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer, Princeton Packet

August 28, 2006
Labor of Love
An interview with architect and co-founder of Quark Park - Kevin Wilkes

Kim Nagy, Wild River Review

August 23, 2006
Quark Park: Creating a Garden of Earthly Intelligence
Barbara Westergaard, U.S. 1 Newspaper

August 9, 2006
Quark Park
Ilene Dube, Princeton Packet

August 10, 2006

Following Follies
Ilene Dube, TimeOff, Princeton Packet

August 2, 2006

The Solace of Vacant Spaces
An Interview with Visionary Peter Soderman

Joy E. Stocke, Wild River Review

July 26, 2006
Orogeny, Subduction, Mouse Nares, Oh My! It's Quark Park 2006
Matthew Hersh, Staff Writer, Town Topics

July 14, 2006
They're rockin' and rollin' in Princeton's Quark Park
Hilary Parker, Staff Writer, Princeton Packet

June 27, 2006
Artists, scientists team up
Quark Park in Princeton to show connection between the two fields
Catharina Evans, Freelance Writer, The Times

Quark Park art and science garden project begins to gain energy
Hilary Parker, Staff Writer, Princeton Packet

April 12, 2006
Writers Block Set for a Curtain Call?
Matthew Hersh, Staff Writer, Town Topics

November 23, 2005
More Accolades for Writers Block With AIA Smart Growth Award
Matthew Hersh, Staff Writer, Town Topics

Quark Park is being developed by Kevin Wilkes, AIA; Peter Soderman; and Alan Goodheart, ASLA. The World Hope Foundation has joined forces with this team to be the fiscal agent for the project. The World Hope Foundation mission supports self-determination in communities by bringing resources to community members and educational experts that are willing to step forward and enhance the lives of their children and elders. The Foundation is a qualified as a Federal 501 (c)(3) charitable organization and as such is eligible to solicit and support charitable causes.
World Hope Foundation
Web design and photos by Cie Stroud are © 2006

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