It can be very difficult to find your best career/job – here are 21 questions I’ve put together as a warm up. They’re positive and imaginative to do. Why not take some time, get comfy and answer them, see what emerges? Disclaimer: Right up front, let me say I don’t have professional training in careers, these are just some simple queries to get you started … Continue reading 21 questions to help you find your life work
Happy Birthday, poet Lucille Clifton. We celebrate you; your arrival and what you made, in the time that you had.
“The mistake teachers sometimes make is that they think art and poetry – they think that’s about answers and it’s not about that, it’s about questions. So you come to poetry not out of what you know – but out of what you wonder.”
I always like Dawn French – after this interview, I like her even more because she also likes (and collects) Clarice Cliff. (see earlier post today on this blog) Clarice Cliff is a 1930s potterer famous for unusual shaped and painted abstract teasets. For example, one of her most famous ranges was called Bizarre. Nuff said. Questions answered include: Name one person who makes you … Continue reading 5 minutes with Dawn French
What is sound? And why do we turn it into music? What does music do? (National Geographic short film) Interviewer is Jad Abumrad, radio host, composer and producer. Film by Mac Premo Continue reading Body – beat – music