1 on 1: Dustin Britt Interviews Seed Art Share’s Renee Wimberley

Renee Wimberley is a local actor, director, producer and teaching artist specializing in arts integration. A Triangle native, she holds a BA in Theatre Arts Education from UNCG and can be found regularly sharing stories at Seed Art Share, Applause! Cary Youth Theatre, Christy’s Dance Explosion, and in various creative workshops for homeschoolers and community organizations. As the Founder and Creative Director of Seed Art Share, she is also passionate about supporting parents in the arts and exploring community spaces through site-specific productions. Renee Wimberley is the founder and creative director of Seed Art Share. Seed Art Share focuses on site-specific, immersive plays, arts-integration classes, and supporting parents working in the arts.

Dustin K. Britt, a North Carolina native, is a performer, theatre instructor and freelance writer. He has worked in the theatre for more than 20 years and holds a Master of Arts in Education from East Carolina University. Dustin covers concerts, dance, immersive dining experiences, comedy, and theatre in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Cary, Raleigh, Durham, Pittsboro, and Apex. His writing has appeared in IndyWeek, Carolina Parent Magazine, Pedal Fuzz, and Triangle Arts & Entertainment. You can find him on Twitter @dkbritt85 or Instagram @dkbritt85.

Hear what Renee Wimberley has to say to Dustin about creating, family, and more.

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