The mantra of yes, straight away or with variations, guides this leading lady of life with a mad love for the theatre on a creative journey that has saved and improved her life, those closest to her, and those of the people along her path. At one time in her life, C. J. Washington was a goat rancher by day, a student by afternoon, an actress by evening, and a mother full time. C. J. believes that, “Yes to your creativity says yes to your life.”
A love of discovery and an “I am ready” enthusiasm fuel Clint’s creative journey. His background and education in the sciences in combination with his artistic endeavors in the visual and performing arts flow into his work at the Doseum, San Antonio’s museum for kids. Clint discusses his “camps” for children and how his experiences in the arts impact his teaching. In the first camp, the children spent five days developing a “civilization” and in the second, the participants (ages 5 to 7) will produce a film.
Thomas R. Engler plays Johann Sebastian Bach’s The Well-Tempered Clavier for the podcast’s intro and outro.
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