And Then We Grew Up
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Author Rachel Friedman gets in touch with a group of old friends from her time at Interlochen performing arts camp, and through her conversations with these talented men and women, makes discoveries about what it means to be creative as an adult and what it means to be an artist in a world in which financial expectations don't always align with artistic drive. Most of all, how do we live artistic lives and find meaning, happiness, and balance between the two seemingly opposing forces of money and art-making?