All is not right. I am asked frequently, as are most of us in our daily interactions, How are you? I'm very well, I respond. As you may be too. But the truth is the planet I am part of is not well. Not at all well. Its symptoms of illness have become obvious this … Continue reading Our Earth is Not Well
Anniversaries give me the permission to look back, something I generally don't like to indulge in too much. On the occasion of DANCEworks 10th Anniversary, I began to think way back until the beginning of SUMMERDANCE Santa Barbara in 1997, over twenty years ago! At the beginning, I had no idea what I was doing, … Continue reading The Unsung Stories of Being an Arts Administrator
Can we please eliminate/eradicate the term anti-ageing? There is no such thing. Anti aging=death. It's a ridiculous phrase. It's added as a descriptive term to advertising far too frequently. It's understood to be undeniably positive, promoting everything from diets to yoga, face cream, lipstick, underwear, to acai berries. Let's be truthful. Anti aging = anti-nature. … Continue reading Return to Youth with Anti-Ageing?? Get Over It
One of my pleasures in life is the discovery that one part of my life has unexpectedly overlapped with another. Currently, my work in the world of contemporary dance is aligning with my ongoing love affair with Japan.
Oh, Japan! Never could I have imagined the impact that a short trip to accompany my husband on a business trip to Japan in the 1980's would have on my life. The impact was profound and has continued to influence my life in ways small and large. Suddenly I was presented with a very different … Continue reading OH, Japan!