Remembering their roots: writer reflects on personal success

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The Madera County Arts Council has provided arts education in Madera County schools for nearly three decades. Tribune reporter Farin Montanez interviewed five graduates from area schools who are now making a living — or plan to make a living — in the arts.

The Madera County Arts Council will hold its 30th Anniversary Party, celebrating artists such as Ronald Moore, from 6 to 9 p.m. March 23 in Hatfield Hall at the Madera County Fairgrounds. Tickets are available at Circle Gallery. Call 661-7005 for information.

Ronald D. Moore, 48

Occupation: Writer and producer

Where did you go to school/degrees held? “I graduated from Chowchilla Union High School and went to college at Cornell University. I transferred my credits and earned a Bachelor’s in political science.”

What are you currently working on? “I’m working on an adaptation on a series of books called Outlander, for the Starz network.” ...

 

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