The week between Christmas and New Year’s seems a sacred time, what’s called a “thin place” in Celtic spirituality: a place where the lines blur between this world and the next, the material and the metaphysical, the mundane and the spiritual. 422 more words
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Hotels–hushed–have a problem with the active voice. The passive evades clock time and diffuses responsibility (not ‘We’re serving your dinner at eight,’ but ‘Dinner is served.’).
Yesterday I did my presentation for the Research module on Subversion and Creativity. I enjoyed it, and it was especially good to listen to some of the other students, especially the two talks on the same subject as me – we covered it so differently, the three went well together! 188 more words
Work for my proposal
I have continued this week to delve into all sorts of interesting articles around the artists who appeal to me and the art I’d like to do. 515 more words