Creativity & Imagination: A Story of Exile

Creativity, imagination and exile: Pioneer certificate student Julie Jackson

Creativity, imagination and exile: Pioneer certificate student Julie Jackson

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Our students produce some great work in response to what they are learning – and we’re going to try and share more of it.

Richard Passmore, leading the Northern Centre for Mission, was struck by this performance piece by Julie Jackson, English & Drama teacher, actor, preacher and all round creative, who is studying for the CMS Certificate in Cumbria. Julie published it on her podcast Flourish in Spirit.

“Check out this performance piece on the exile of creativity,” he tweeted, “the lament at the end is breathtaking.”

Find out more at https://flourishinspirit.wordpress.com/

 

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