4 Responses to “Artist as Leader”

  1. Dan Kwong February 20, 2012 at 9:08 pm #

    You said it beautifully!

    love,
    Dan

  2. Joan Walker February 20, 2012 at 11:09 pm #

    Not stupid. We were all touched by the sorrow of never hearing that magnificent voice again, a life lived too fast, our sorrow for her mother, her daughter, her family, her loved ones. It is natural. Thank you, Kayhan.

  3. Beth Boynton, RN, MS February 21, 2012 at 2:37 pm #

    Your insights about how our society oppresses creativity are so well stated. We need artist leadership more than ever. Building healthy relationships and authentic expression of human experience seems like the most important thing our society can do. And we need to value the artists input and provide support for practicing the work, yes? If we can get along together and learn from each other’s differences, limits and dreams, anything seems possible. Thank you for your work. Beth

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  1. A plea for art as vocation and artists as leaders « Minding the Workplace - February 21, 2012

    […] Yesterday on her blog, Kayhan asked readers to consider how art (of all types) can be sustaining work and how artists can serve as societal leaders. I wanted to share some of that with you and to offer a few responses. […]

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