by Mary Alice Carnes, Community Relations Manager
I was excited to see this photo download from my camera. This snapshot is of the city of Dinant in Wallonia, Belgium where I visited recently. The view is from Dinant’s historical Citadel. Dinant is the birthplace of Adolphe Sax, the creator of the saxophone and if you look closely you’ll see the bridge lined with saxophones.
My excitement about this photo is the wonderful perspective you have from this view. You can see it all, the church, the bridge, the Meuse River, and the winding streets. I had a very different perceptive when we crossed the bridge while driving into the city. The Citadel and church are so high up, it forces you turn your head skyward the closer you get to them.
As Theatre Action Project prepares for the new school year, we are also looking skyward. We’re ready to help students engage in the arts for social change and become courageous leaders. We are also looking forward to the view at the end of the year when we are able to see TAP’s impact.