Serendipity Meets Extemporaneity

Fall 2018

 Serendipity Meets Extemporaneity

Serendipity Meets Extemporaneity
photograph
Richard Bruce Hovey, MA, PhD

From the artist: “While I sat in a park in Montreal, listening to a man playing the piano, a young woman appeared and began to dance. It was perfectly serendipitous and extemporaneous, and it moved me and lifted my spirit.”

Dr Hovey is an Associate Professor in the Division of Oral Health and Society with the Faculty of Dentistry at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 

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