Winthrop University students collaborated for "Cirque Depravité," one of the productions celebrating creativity and the arts during Create Carolina at Winthrop. The work was a culmination of weeks of a student workshop, drawing inspiration from paintings by Paul Cadmus, Eiernonymous Bosch, Barbara Kruger and Howard Finster; music by Tom Waits and the Blind Boys of Alabama; and poetry by Charles Bukowski and e.e. cummings.
Winthrop University students collaborated for "Cirque Depravité," one of the productions celebrating creativity and the arts during Create Carolina at Winthrop. The work was a culmination of weeks of a student workshop, drawing inspiration from paintings by Paul Cadmus, Eiernonymous Bosch, Barbara Kruger and Howard Finster; music by Tom Waits and the Blind Boys of Alabama; and poetry by Charles Bukowski and e.e. cummings.
Winthrop University students collaborated for "Cirque Depravité," one of the productions celebrating creativity and the arts during Create Carolina at Winthrop. The work was a culmination of weeks of a student workshop, drawing inspiration from paintings by Paul Cadmus, Eiernonymous Bosch, Barbara Kruger and Howard Finster; music by Tom Waits and the Blind Boys of Alabama; and poetry by Charles Bukowski and e.e. cummings.

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