Friday, May 22, 2009

Never Too Early

One more installation in my series of posts pertinent to arts education, this time from the tenderest end of the spectrum (age-wise, anyway). In a fabulous send-up of Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead", Maggie Simpson, whilst pursuing her studies at "Mediocri-Tots Daycare Center", gets punished for being creative. It all works out in the end.


  1. That attitude lives beyond the "educational" years. It's alive and well in the corporate world, where some of us poor artists must spend time in order to pay the bills. It certainly helps to have our "real" world where we can build our blocks as high as we can reach!

  2. Dear Kathy
    Perhaps the recession will encourage an atmosphere of greater creative risk taking within corporate cultures. Optimistic, aren't I?