Expect the Best

Kelsey and I talked this one through two days ago. Since then, another person from the previous workshop has signed on for the summer workshop, and more money has been raised for summer honoraria. It’s a challenging time in the history of this planet — but there’s more hope than we know. Kelsey Chapman and Andy Pope do the talking on May 24, 2021.

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4 Comments

  1. ashleyleia says:

    I can see self-absorbed in the sense that art has to come from within before it can be expressed outwardly.

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks for listening, Ashley. I think I need to chop about five more minutes off of it (just haven’t decided which five.)

      Yeah I think that’s the direction I was kinda headed in. When I compose music (for example) I think I’m dealing with external variables only. However I am the one who selects the coordination of those variables. An auto mechanic does not have that liberty, otherwise they would not fix the car.

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      1. ashleyleia says:

        Creativity and auto mechanics do not go well together at all.

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      2. A.P. says:

        Maybe that’s why I’ve never been mechanically minded . . .

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