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Interview with Cathryn Hrudicka about Creativity, in Creativity Portal, by author Nancy Mills:
Article on Nancy Mills’ Spirited Woman web site, on making your daily life more creative, by Cathryn Hrudicka:
“Finding the Zone: Wisdom from a 6-Time NaNoWriMo Winner” (Kristin Gorski’s Write Now is Good Blog, with a post about Cathryn’s sixth-year win (in 2006); as of November 2008, Cathryn Hrudicka has “won” NaNoWriMo eight times, having written eight novels…so far. [She was not able to participate in NaNoWriMo 2009, due to business travel to receive a 2009 Society for New Communications Research (SNCR) Excellence in New Communications Award for External Communications & Communities in the Nonprofit Division—please see the note in the side bar of this blog, or the post here.]
Beachwalks.tv with Rox (Roxanne Darling), on Daily Motion—Episode #547: “Who Are You?”, mentioning Cathryn Hrudicka/Creative Sage(tm)
Here are some articles, photos and video clips of the Garden of Memory event at the Chapel of the Chimes in Oakland, held annually on the Solstice (June 21st, from 5:00-9:00 p.m.), where Cathryn Hrudicka has performed and participated over the past several years:
- The Contra Costa Times
- Oakland Magazine
- San Francisco Chronicle
- The Civic Center
- NPR Weekend Edition
- SFGate’s Culture Blog
- New Music Box
- San Francisco Bay Guardian
- Contemporary Music Review
- Urban View
- SF Gate’s Clef Notes
- Daily Planet
- Blog: Phantom of the Crematorium
Photos and Videos
- Flickr Photo Pool
- lindgrenstudios’ photo set
- Atomicmonk’s photo set
- YouTube: Phantom of the Crematorium
Cathryn Hrudicka was asked to perform in “Sounding the Margins,” a tribute to composer Pauline Oliveros, in 2002, with an ensemble of notable musicians, vocalists and composers. The event was hosted by Sarah Cahill.
Between 2002-2010, Cathryn has participated in a number of ensembles, performing important works by Pauline Oliveros, Terry Riley, Phil Minton, John Cage, Cornelius Cardew, Jon Raskin, and other key composers and sound artists of the current century. A list of credits is available by request.
In 2005, Cathryn was honored to be asked by Pauline Oliveros to serve as a substitute instructor/guest artist for two sessions of her Women in Music class at Mills College, where she discussed her own compositions in progress, the creative process, and careers in the arts. Pauline is a long-time mentor and friend of Cathryn’s, along with her partner, Ione. Mills College was recently ranked in the top 2%, or top 75, of colleges in the U.S.A. by Forbes Magazine. Its Contemporary Music Department is world-renowned,
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