Sean McDonough Discusses Gathering Doom

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University of Baltimore student Sean McDonough discusses his new play Gathering Doom that he developed as part of the Armagh Project Residency 2012 in Northern Ireland. Sean was inspired by ancient Irish myth… Continue reading

Inspired

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It’s hard to pinpoint just one moment that sparked inspiration (makes it a little easier to narrow it down to just today!) I went to a lot of events today and talked to… Continue reading

Inspiration

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  Ok, so first let me say that I feel like my blog posts are so empty when they don’t have a picture…so enjoy a picture of my scribble/notes.  Now, as for what… Continue reading

Inspiration!!1!1

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It usually has to be late enough at night when I’ve become giddy for me to feel truly inspired.  Then I wake up the next morning with a lot of self-indulgent gibberish written. … Continue reading

inspiration du jour

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I didn’t experience any revelations today (except for the fact that I should start packing already) but I did attend a couple of sessions that offered some inspirational material. Or at least some… Continue reading

Victoria Williams Discusses Sisters

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Playwright faculty Kimberley Lynne interviews University of Baltimore student Victoria Williams about her new play Sisters that she developed during the Armagh Project residency. Interview filmed at the Armagh Youth Hostel

Open a Window for a Brain Breathe

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The thing that really “broke” my brain (besides John’s delicious curry) was on the Hop on Hop off tour in Belfast. It was a sunny day; the tour guide was pleasant despite a… Continue reading

Brain Bursting

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After having spent almost a full month in Armagh we have had the privilege of taking part in several memorable experiences. However, I would have to say that the experience that has affected… Continue reading

Brain Batter

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The most challenging part of the Armagh Project was balance. Trying to strike an even amount of experience and writing. I often found myself more willing to go out, take photos, or grab… Continue reading

brain mush

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My brain isn’t really rigid, so nothing really “broke” it per se, but there’s a lot of new stuff mashed into it now. The experience of being overseas, the experience of spending 95%… Continue reading