Spring Has Sprung!

Franchuk, Jessica Nagel
June 2009
Crafts Report;Jun2009, Vol. 35 Issue 398, p8
The article discusses various reports published with the issue, including one by Twyla Tharp on the "Art is the Only Way to Run Away Without Leaving Home," one by Thomas Merton on the "Art Enables Us to Find Ourselves and Lose Ourselves at the Same Time," and one on the "Tips For Flourishing in Our New Economy."


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