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Chrysalis is open for submissions!

Chrysalis is an online, peer-reviewed, international journal that publishes critical, creative, and reflective work on the use of language arts to create personal and community change. 173 more words



It’s been a while, but I’m back at it!

I just finished up my first Podcast experience and it was wonderful! My friend Eugene has a podcast entitled “On Death,” where he explores how people feel during their time on earth currently, and how they will feel when they die, and what they would like to leave behind. 63 more words


White on White

With Playful Natural Lighting

My creating space has beautiful sunlight throughout the day. The light coming through the windows cast all kinds of shadow designs that create new masterpieces of their own against the textile work. 16 more words


Creative Adventures

New Materials, New Beginnings 

Following instincts to explore new materials, I found myself going through my closet to upcycle clothes I no longer wear. My intention was to start a weaving that did not involve a frame, and create freestyle. 147 more words


Expressive Arts ~ Art Therapy

Carl Jung had a nervous breakdown when he was 37. In response, he spent days on the shoreline of his Swiss lakeside home ~ just stacking rocks. 477 more words

Our House, in the Middle of Our Street!

P1/2 decided to have a creative afternoon today! We combined what we had learned about Recycling and 3D shapes with our topic, My Local Community. Using recycled materials gathered by staff and parents, we created models of our own homes. 21 more words

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Resilience and the Creative Process

We, as human beings, are elastic. Our bodies stretch and change over moments and years. We grow to accommodate fat, babies, tumors, muscle, liquid. We change shape and size from our waking moments, over days and years, and through a lifetime. 709 more words