Art Infusion | Billy Miller

“If it wasn’t for you, we wouldn’t have an art program,” says Glencoe Elementary’s new principal. He’s speaking to a packed Cafetorium of K-5 parents who have become all too used to how budget cuts mean public schools must do more with less. Six years ago, the principal was different. The sentiment was the same. […]

Don’t Stop Believing: A Lesson from My Adult Students | Holly Adams

“I think, I think, that we should end it with, with a party.”  J.T. Is the last one to make a suggestion about how our movie should end. This is the third session of “Theatre 101”, an open workshop for adults with a range of developmental challenges, and our group has grown to ten counting […]

The ‘Off’ Season

‘Tis the season for the reason why we teach — summer! Not the kind of lollygag that gives Minnesota lawmakers reflux. Most of my break is spent guiding young filmmakers. And thanks to connections made at Caldera’s Transformation Camp, I went away to find something rarer than an extended idle: On family vacation to New […]