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Grieving the Dead Artist by Diana Rivera

Grieving the Dead Artist by Diana Rivera

“So much time and so little to do. Wait a minute. Strike that. Reverse it. Thank you.” — Willy Wonka (played by Gene Wilder) “Artists are immortal” says the five year old in me that believes Willy Wonka played by Gene Wilder will live forever in a candy crusted, chocolate filled factory. And, when I mean forever,Continue Reading

The Relevant Versus Narcissist Artist: How to Know If You Are a Narcissist Artist? by Diana Rivera

The Relevant Versus Narcissist Artist: How to Know If You Are a Narcissist Artist? by Diana Rivera

People of the digital era, including all those on social media, provide enough substantial evidence to assert that people need to be relevant in the crowd. From photos of latest meals eaten along side Spike Lee to roadside accidents that show proof of what a crumby day you have had to all the forgettable selfies,Continue Reading

Holographic Intuition: A Workshop Inquiring into the Nature of Gut, Impulse and Reaction

Holographic Intuition: A Workshop Inquiring into the Nature of Gut, Impulse and Reaction

This workshop explores the role of intuition in one’s personal, professional and creative life. Diana Rivera and Paula Perlman bring to you a dynamic workshop that will fuse an experimental arts-integrated experience, including movement, meditation, writing, art and engaging dialogue. Participants will increase awareness over the multidimensional ways intuition may (or may not) be guidingContinue Reading