August 9, 2015

Meet Dancer in Rose: Inspired by her life in Miami, the ten-year-old girl keeps the mid-1960s alive by reciting diary entries that she recorded with care, celebrating a fifth-grader’s world:

 

"We had a little art lesson. For extra credit I turned in the Greek gods that I sculpted with soap. At the park Rita and I chanted witch verses. They go: 'Ish ka bibaly, olton dolton, bo bo ba de tan dot an, wa bash ba do.' Everyone thought we were casting a spell." (Arella's Repertoire, p. 6): http://bit.ly/arellasrepertoire 

 

 

August 8, 2015

"By working through privately written texts in new spatial, temporal, and discursive contexts, I expanded my repertoire and rechanneled memories. Intermedia convergences played into the stage-by-stage construction of my stories." (Video-Graphic Alchemy: Transforming "Dear Diary," p. 4): http://bit.ly/Video-GraphicAlchemy

 

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