This is the artist’s privilege—to be ageless." ~Francis Bacon~ At a certain point in one's life, one's perspective of truth lied behind the curtain of lies that was used to cover your eyes as a child. Concealing a false innocence that at some point you wished was not true. And then when you finally are able to remove that curtain that pressed it's self so strongly against your once fragile body. You are finally able to discover that of which was hid from you. And from its first glance you become blind for its rays of truth and harsh cold reality, and for a few moments you are in darkness and wish so much that you could be wrapped up again in the curtain of lies. And you stand there waiting in hope... It is at this moment...I am still trying to emerge to what I am all about.
Biography: “Let the beauty of what you love, be what you do.” ~Rumi Ever since she was a child, Dzigbodi Djugba had been enraptured by art. She was born in the historical artistic city of San Francisco. At a young age Dzigbodi began exploring with the ideas of creating new worlds through storytelling and would, with ease, find ways to incorporate her stories into alternative mediums of art that when learned became increasingly fascinated. Through her education at Loyola Marymount University, in Los Angeles, CA, she learned about the different facets of art and majored in Theater and minored in Studio Art. A year later she auditioned and was accepted to the British American Drama Academy (BADA) in Oxford, England. This program gave her the opportunity to explore and experience an artist’s life in another country. Surrounded by other actors and artists, her growth was inspired as a person and as an artist. In 2006, she founded the Bohemian Muse Theatre Company. The company was created to support theatre performances as well as function as an art gallery for all mediums of art. Her mission is to revitalize the influence that art has on an individual’s life as well as society as a whole. "As an artist", she states, "there are two mechanisms supporting my lifelong passion for art: education and communication. Education helps us gain knowledge of our past, so we can learn how to make the future better by changing the present. Communication is essential, because we do not communicate enough about past, present and futures issues. It is through communication, that one can better understand the future."
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