“All creative practice serves three purpose: contemplation, transformation and healing. Learn to utilize creative practice as a  research methodology, and to investigate deep questions through music, performance and visual art. Practice consistent and critical engagement with the historicity of your own bodies in relation to your contemporary reality. Learn to articulate your thoughts, observations, and goals in written, verbal and aesthetic form. Conscientiously document and explicate your meaning-making process. Allow your art to unfold in that highest order of mystical science: transmutation. Now watch as one thing becomes another”

 

– Tawanda