Our Own Legacy

Posted by Adam Hernandez on

Through this series, we have seen so many civilizations come and pass. And I believe we still have a long way to go in establishing our own legacy of tolerance, goodness, and virtue. So, the questions arise again. What will we be remembered for?

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The Perpetual Act of Making

Posted by Nikos Fyodor Rutkowski on

When the worst of the worst comes calling, and darkness descends, we are all still mark makers, we are all creators. We may not always know why we are making art; the important thing is to continue doing so.

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5 Thoughts on 'What Is Art Good For?'

Posted by Benjamin Gardner on

This episode gets at one of a few important questions that artists ask themselves and that viewers contemplate when looking at art: why has this been made? What do I think about when I’m looking at it, and what do those thoughts relate to?

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Routine as Refuge

Posted by Charlotte Belland on

Sketching the world around us makes us better at seeing nuance and details. Artists that are able to see the smallest difference between subjects are better equipped to be engaged citizens.

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The Impetus of the Vital Spark

Posted by Tim Rietenbach on

For some reason, we are still debating the same fundamental truths that define our humanity.

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