The Artist is Present

Often we think of art as something that is done by those particular people over there, who are painting or dancing or writing or acting or sculpting… but what if the creativity and imagination we admire in others is also available to each of us, all the time? What would it be like to live in a world full of conscious artists?

Rev. Carlton Elliott Smith is one of seven Congregational Life Staff serving our UUA Southern Region. He is based out of the Greater Memphis area and is the primary UUA contact for our congregations in Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana and Pensacola, Florida. This month marks the 20th anniversary of his ordination into Unitarian Universalist ministry.