So many things to report! The end of 2012 was filled with travel. After Seattle, we went to Orlando for a conference on Social and Economic Development, where we presented a workshop on our film experiences--and the film-in-progress itself!
Speaking in Orlando, before
Performing a monologue about
Then, unbelievably, we went to Edinburgh for an arts retreat at the invitation of Gordon Kerr, who is creating a Foundation for the Arts called Dazzling Spark. There, we met Andrew Singer (a pen pal on a writers' listserve) and Joseph Sheppherd (a writer/photographer). All of them are deeply connected to Abdu'l-Baha's journey in Edinburgh and the rest of Europe--as were others.
With Andrew Singer & Gordon Kerr
With Joseph Sheppherd
We got to shoot footage for a possible sequel to our film! And celebrate New Year's in grand style,
Arts retreat; Andrew & I are reading
from Roger White's "Bring Chocolage"
attending a street party and Ceilidh with traditional music and dance.
The significant part was that it thrust us back into a centenary year; I have been following the European journey since Dec. 5 and now suddenly we are living it! More about that sometime later.
New Years in Edinburgh. We can actually see
where we were standing, in this photo!
|We filmed characters in costume!|
|Tim, Edinburgh Baha'i Center|
|Scene on stairs|
|Tim & Hari Docherty, out shooting|
|A lovely performer, Brina, and husband,|
musician/producer Kieran Murray
|Martin Kerr, from Canada|