Wednesday, August 22, 2012

How Columbia artists spent their summer vacation

With the arrival of summer, the rituals of habit that aid the survival of winter's drudgery are shaken off in favor of sunlight, water and travel. Artists, writers and performers often use summer months to engage in exchange and projects away from home. Pulled momentarily out of the grooves of normal routine, they are able to focus and develop exponentially beyond normal boundaries, emerging with the satisfaction of growth and of having forged new connections with the world. Last year, the Tribune told tales of four such artistic voyages; this year, we offer three stories of how Columbia culture-makers spent the summer.

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