At a tiny macabre play, Templeton Kelley volunteered to go on stage, and a character whispered a secret in his ear. He can only remember hearing the word “winds,” but the experience made him see life through the eyes of a 19th century carnival gypsy. He was bubbling with fun and inspiration for the rest of the night. Templeton tries to pass on to other people the enlightenments he’s had while making and appreciating music, art, theater, and writing. He is a senior in the VCU painting and print-making program.