An exercise in tone

Highway One reminds me of the distinctive stain left behind by dripping mascara. I follow the dusty stream south toward Santa Cruz and imagine my Honda Civic is a single silver tear rolling down California’s cheek. Sound pours from my speakers, its waves crashing across my face. Cranked to 17, the music is loud enough … Continue reading An exercise in tone

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3:47 a.m. (Poem)

The heart like so many shattered disco balls crunched underfoot, catching purple stage lights and search beams streaming from handheld windows. We mainline movie scenes across time zones, sampling moments of minutes slurred into days, one unmet glance blurring into the next —when does this place close? A gap in the curtain, brief flash of … Continue reading 3:47 a.m. (Poem)

Sm(art) Education – Caroline Lockwood

Sm(art) Education is a series of interviews with art students and educators across a multitude of disciplines. Their stories provide testimony to the value of an arts education, proving art has infinite application in career and in life overall.   Caroline Lockwood, 19, is currently studying Dance and Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of … Continue reading Sm(art) Education – Caroline Lockwood

Sm(art) Education – Alexandria Davis

Sm(art) Education is a series of interviews with art students and educators across a multitude of disciplines. Their stories provide testimony to the value of an arts education, proving art has infinite application in career and in life overall. Alexandria Davis is a recent graduate from the University of Florida’s BFA Dance program. She has an … Continue reading Sm(art) Education – Alexandria Davis