Music alumna Carolyn Holdsworth, BMus’01, MMus’03, finds self, community in new venture
Carolyn Holdsworth, BMus’01, MMus’03, is using her operatic voice in a new way – by singing the praises of her latest creative venture – what she refers to as “urban art wear.”
Holdsworth is the founder of Me & C, a London-based, London-themed shirt company that combines her creative spirit with a bit of social entrepreneurship.
With so many historic sites throughout London – Aeolian Hall, Call the Office, Labatt Park, Blackfriars Bridge and, yes, even the Western campus – Holdsworth creates her shirt designs from the photographs she snaps of these, and other, landmarks around the city.
“My art and creative process that I loved about my singing, I’ve brought to this new part of my life. It’s something I can offer back to the community,” explained the Don Wright Faculty of Music alumna.
Read full article (Western News, November 23, 2017)
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