Evan Cantor, fine art & music
 
Evan's Book!!!!!!
Evan's book is finally available:  "Rogues' Gallery: My 27 Years At Rocky Mountain University".  You can find it (and buy it) at Amazon.com--just search for his author nom-de-plume, "T. Winston Mojo".
It's a Kerouackian journey into the smallness of the bureaucracy, a true tale of madness at the workplace.
Walls of Genius has returned, all the way from the 80s... a reunion album and several follow-ups were made.  "Now Not Then" and "Paleolithic" were originally released on Kassette Kult tapes, but are now only available as downloads.  An entire web archive of the genial genii's output has been created.  Downloads and the archive can be found here:  http://http:/www.haltapes.com  A bandcamp site has been established to provide downloads of older titles, as well as the latest ones, "Paleolithic Rejects" and "Walls of Genius Meets Harry Smith".  You can hear tunes from these titles (streaming) or download them at: http:/http:/wallsofgenius.bandcamp.com
Looking for Evan's Book?  Check out the little box to the lower left... everything you need to know is right there... everything....
Evan's new band, the CBDs, is up and running.  Sound recordings are on the CBDs website, please feel free to check it out!   http://http:/thecbds.com  

Welcome to Evan Cantor's Home Page.  Evan is one of those guys who want to do it all. Well, almost all.  This website tries to cover his stuff, from fine art & photography to music of many kinds.  I hope you have fun exploring here!  


You can see more about Evan (like a curricula vita) on the Me And My Stuff page.  There's a link there, also, to his artwork on Juniper Ridge's products.  There are other things you can click on as well.  You can see any number of outdoors slideshows by clicking on "Evan's Slideshows" page.  The other pages have lots of nice pictures, songs and even Youtube video.  Wow, I'm really moving up in this world, eh?  Get a little Click-Crazy.  Don't be shy...

Please Contact Evan via his e-mail address: 

evan.cantor@colorado.edu
Evan and his little friend played some Grateful Dead album nights.  He made it all the way from "Birth of the Dead" and "Rarities '66" through "Mars Hotel" and "Wake Of The Flood" before giving up the ghost....