“If the world doesn’t give you what you need, then you change the world.”
- Arlene Romoff, from her soon-to-be-published book, Listening Closely.
When I asked Arlene – an access advocate and winner of this year’s Excellence in Cultural Access Award for Leadership – about that, she said, “That quote is pretty much what the arts community does in NJ, [ … ] Read more
I don’t know about you, but lately I have had little time or patience for reading. Yet I spend all day reading in front of my computer screen. What’s that all about? The need for time, less distractions and focus. All of which are lacking in my life right now.[ … ] Read more
However, that being said, a few things have crossed my
McCarter Theatre Center, along with New Jersey State Council on the Arts, ArtPride New Jersey, Lewis Center for the Arts/Princeton University, The Arts Council of Princeton, and New Jersey Theatre Alliance
Invites You to Attend
March 17, 2010
9am Coffee and Networking
10am Discussion[ … ] Read more
Sir Ken spoke at the Charting the Course conference held last week in New Brunswick, sponsored by the NJ Theatre Alliance, NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Arts Education Collective. He is a fascinating speaker on creativity. For more (a longer 20 minute talk), visit TED Talks.