Tag Archives: Minna Dubin

Minna Dubin and #MomLists: Guerrilla Public Art to Explore the Reality of Motherhood

Minna Dubin, a graduate of the Individualized MA in Tranformative Language Arts, found herself feeling “in survival mode” a few years after giving birth to her first child. As a writer, performer, educator, and activist, she soon came up with … Continue reading

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What Transformative Language Artists Do To Make A Living

We recently put on the Transformative Language Arts Resource Page a list of what Transformative Language Artists — our graduates and students — are doing as their vocation and avocation. Featuring the websites or links from publications and blogs of … Continue reading

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