The Road Less Traveled is a recurring feature that describes the creative path, interesting people took to get to where they are in life. Most creative people have traveled very interesting paths to get to where they are … usually zig-zagging a lot, shifting artistic gears, retracing steps, exploring new passions, revisiting previous works, failing a whole bunch, and generally bouncing back often. All these experiences are part of their creative profile and serve to motivate and inspire them. This feature tells that story. This issue of The Road Less Traveled explains the path of Joan Meggitt; associate professor of Dance in
the School of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University.
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International triennials, art walks, galleries, museums, and talented artists working together in dynamic ways to shape the Northeast Ohio art landscape. Painting by Akron artist Chuck Slonaker.
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