Liminal World

Liminal World: Canada

Liminal World: (book launch) Three years after I wrote and self-published my memoir in Serbian language (Danas nam je divan dan), I am happy to announce the release of its English version. It is finally time to make the promise I gave back then to my community of English-speaking friends. As an author and a… Continue reading Liminal World: Canada

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Liminal World: Canada

Liminal World: Canada (cross-cultural journeying) Shannon Perkins Carr is a 3rd generation Canadian, born and raised in Vancouver. Since she was a young adult, she played in bands, wrote songs, and gigged as a musician. As one would guess, she dreamed of going on a tour and performing around the world. Her dream partly came… Continue reading Liminal World: Canada

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Liminal World: Canada

Liminal World: Canada (welcoming transition with an open mind) Anthony Carr is a contemporary artist from the UK. Since finishing at Winchester School of Art, he’s been devotedly following his art interests while at the same time helping other artists do the same. He spent 13 years in one of the most productive and highly… Continue reading Liminal World: Canada

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Liminal World: Canada

Liminal World: Canada (teaching music as a life skill) Natasha Pashchenko grew up in Russia as an only child, loved and sheltered by her devoted mother and grandmother. Music was part of her world since the very beginning. “A house without piano is not a house”, she mentioned, explaining to me that music was an… Continue reading Liminal World: Canada

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Liminal World: Russia

Liminal World: Russia (a personal story of classical guitarist, and his journey through pandemic) I read many times about people who are like Rovshan Mamedkuliev, but only had a few opportunities to meet them face to face and share parts of their life journeys. Rovshan Mamedkuliev found his calling at the age of 11, when… Continue reading Liminal World: Russia