LeAnne Martin
Christians in the Arts

Thursday, March 29, 2007

A Milestone: Thank You!

This week marks a milestone for me: my 50th post on this blog. Since September, I’ve featured many gifted and fascinating people, and I’ve listed them below. If you missed any of these interviews, take a look at them in the archives.

Nigel Goodwin, Genesis Arts Trust
Bryan Coley, Art Within,

Jeanne Murray Walker, poet and professor at University of Delaware

Tom Key, Executive Artistic Director of Theatrical Outfit,
Dale Savidge, Executive Director of CITA, www.cita.org

Bruce Herman, painter,
Carol Bomer, painter, www.carolbomer.com
Beverly Key, visual artist
Teena Stewart, visual artist

Marlene Dickinson, dancer and choreographer

Joseph Pearce, writer, professor, co-editor of Saint Austin Review,
Ken Gire, writer and speaker, www.reflectiveliving.org

Frank Boggs, soloist
Brad Williams, percussionist
Chandler Branch, Executive Director of Soli Deo Gloria,

Calvin Edwards, arts enthusiast
Mart Martin, arts enthusiast

Ruthie Colegrove, Kelly Eastwood, Jeff Foster, Meg Foster, and Kathi Urban: fine arts teachers on arts appreciation for kids,

Thanks, everyone!

And thank you to my readers for your support and encouragement these last seven months. You can now sign up to receive my posts via email in the box in the sidebar unless you prefer to visit the blog itself. In the next few weeks, you’ll see more links added, plus I’ll be featuring more artists and art enthusiasts.

I’d like to hear from you. Just leave a comment here or email me at the address listed in My Profile. Please let me know what you like about the blog, how I can improve it, who I might feature, and anything else that would help me make it better. Thank you!

1 comment:

Crystal said...

Happy Milestone 50! And many more!

I've enjoyed the interviews. Who knew there was so much "arts" going on?

Keep 'em coming.


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