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Imagination Is a Brush We Can Use to Paint Our Way Anywhere, Even Home: Seeing With a Diversity of Eyes

By Ira Rabois It all began one evening when I got totally engrossed in viewing Japanese woodblock prints, especially the night scenes by Kawase Hasui. Hasui was one of Japan’s most prominent and prolific printmakers, who died in 1957. He created landscapes that beautifully merged humans–their homes, boats, shrines, castles, and temples–into the land around […]

Lines Start Stories

By Holly BF Warren Lines start stories that unfold as you step into experiences. As you put one foot in front of the other, as you hold a pen, a paintbrush, a stick in the sand, a thread of thoughts that stitch an idea to another, a movement or a drift of silence that composes […]

What If? Walking Just Paths in Educational Leadership

By Lori Driussi, PhD. (Passionate educator, wayfarer) Walking school hallways, my rubber soles catch on the linoleum in the way my “what ifs” catch on the constraints of a public system. There isn’t quite enough friction to stop my progress or imaginative musings but just enough to trip me up, enough to slow my pace […]