Titus Underwood inspires us to bring change to arts organizations.

Titus Underwood, Principal Oboe of the Nashville Symphony; Faculty at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and Sphinx Medal of Excellence recipient, inspires us on how to bring about change in arts organizations.
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"'The Larry Project,' neurotic and tender by turns, evolved into a much more emotional, all-encompassing undertaking — in which the absent Larry, whom Ms. Upson never met..."

"... expanded into the artist’s muse, her lover, her persecutor and, ultimately, her doppelgänger. By the end, no clean distinction was left between artist and subject; the two had become doubles. One drawing in the Hammer Museum show bore the words 'I am more he than he is.' The project ended in 2011 with a performance at a Los Angeles gallery at which she dragged a charcoal-and-wax mannequin of Larry on the walls and floor inside a plywood cube until the effigy disintegrated, symbolically tur...
Tags: Art, New York, Law, Los Angeles, Disability, Alzheimer's Disease, Sexual Harassment, Performance art, Larry, Upson, Chuck Close, Ann Althouse, Seen And Unseen

'I came close to death’: David Harewood on racism and psychosis

Thirty years ago, fresh out of drama school, the Homeland star found himself in the midst of a breakdown, ending up in a locked hospital ward. He recalls the years of racial abuse that had pulled him apartWaking up in a mental institution is a strange experience made slightly more bearable by the drugs administered the night before arrival. It’s an odd sensation to come round on a ward – in my case, one at the Hollymoor psychiatric hospital in Birmingham – and not recognise your own body. It too...
Tags: Health, Books, London, Race, Theatre, Homeland, Society, World news, Mental Health, Culture, Stage, Birmingham, David Harewood, Hollymoor

Self-Management in the Drama Classroom: Plan, Execute, Reflect

In this article, we’re focusing on self-management, which is one of the five areas of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL). If the concept of SEL is new to you, check out this article to get a basic overview: Social and Emotional Learning in the Drama Classroom: What Is It?.  Self-management is the ability to manage […]
Tags: Theatre, Classroom Exercise, Teaching Drama, Self-management, SEL, Social Emotional Learning

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