Thursday July 26th
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Andrius Kulikauskas, Ph.D, thinker and artist, leads this workshop.
1) We share meaningful episodes in our lives.
2) What do they have in common?
3) How does the meaning enter in?
4) What kinds of episodes are there?
5) How can we express our findings through a work of art?
We’re invited to sketch or show related artwork. Andrius will bring his work-in-progress as resident artist of the Bronzeville Historical Society. He is creating God’s Face & God’s Mind, a centerpiece for the North Factory at the Pullman State Historic Site, opening September 22-23. It will be a huge cylinder of brightly painted canvas, 10 feet tall, 25 feet wide, 80 feet around, and will hang 12 feet above the ground. He’s created the inside, God’s Mind, based on the idea that God doesn’t have to be good, life doesn’t have to be fair. He’s now working on the outside, God’s Face, a survey of meaningful episodes in life, a society where people and talents are not thrown away.
Links at selflearners.net
Suggested donation $5.00.
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