English Teacher, Alexandria, VA

“Shelley and Alejandro use the human imagination as their tool for instruction, and each day took my 20 classmates and me on fantastic journeys of creative exploration. We wrote plays based on tiny, found objects like coins, shells, and charms; we drew images of creatures we imagined as our avatars in the animal kingdom; we wrote letters as our fathers to us at age 16; we relaxed our bodies, and subsequently, our minds, with meditation and fought our inner critics. Quite frequently what we discovered was the importance of the process of creative work over the result.”

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