Creative arts therapist and performance artist, Jude Treder-Wolff interviewed the Institute’s Carrie Lobman, for a column, entitled: The Radical Collaboration Made Possible Through Play, which appeared on the online news hub, Long Island Inter-personal Relationships Examiner. Treder-Wolff is the creator of the one-woman show, Crazytown, and author of Possible Futures: Creative Thinking For The Speed of Life.
Development comes about from recognizing that we create our lives. We do that by being more conscious of creative activity…Theater, improvisation are a great way to be reconnected to this.. People can develop throughout our lives. But to do that we have to find ways to play and pretend. We have to create environments where we are not constrained by our identities and can play and perform. [Click here to read the full column.]