continuing the practice
we hope you'll be inspired by what you see and discuss at your neighborhood project gathering.
here's some more on the topics.
On the nantucket project's stage, artist Wayne White tells the story of how he grew from a self-described misfit playing with puppets on his own to a celebrated artist and director with multiple Emmy awards. Then, New York Times bestselling author Kelly Corrigan and others reflect on how they came to terms with the hardest things they've ever had to face in the short film, "Acceptance."
*Note: Only neighborhood project hosts are able to access the film during the month; the episode will unlock to all members on the last day of the month.
letter from Tom
February 1, 2018. Thoughts from the nantucket project co-founder and CEO Tom Scott on the origins of tnp and how a seed planted long ago is taking root in the neighborhood project.
You Never Know Who You Are Sitting Next To
Tom and Kelly discuss the last few months of building the neighborhood project and what they've learned about listening after having conversations in living rooms around the country.
Kelly's video essay
Each week, Kelly will post a new video on what she's doing, seeing, reading and thinking about here.
There are always a few articles or videos that we think about after we watch one of these episodes. Here are some favorites from the tnp team:
- Kelly Corrigan on These Three Words Helped Me Understand My Father’s Death and her talk from 2014's the nantucket project that inspired Episode One
- A look at where art, science and the matter of supporting yourself can merge, from The Atlantic: An Illustrator Who Balances Art and Medicine
- A bit more about Wayne White from digital magazine, The Bitter Southerner