Category Archives: Readings

Describing Art

Art is hard to describe. As a performer, I like to do, not talk about my art form or performance. When thoughts of creation come from stream of consciousness,  and art is produced, that’s when it is hardest to describe. … Continue reading

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A Practice of Imagination

In Eric Liu’s Imagination First, he talks of practices that is related to imagination and manifestation. The second practice, which is conquering fear is essential I believe. We know of fear, we hear of fear, and we read empowering quotes … Continue reading

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Coming from a middle class, and having humble parents makes classicism hard to understand. The dynamic between the rich and the poor, and teachers and students are explained by  Paolo Freire. Mutual communication rather than pedagogy in education is compared … Continue reading

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Artist’s Loyalty to Revolution & Culture

Mierle Laderman Ukeles made a powerful statement when interviewed by Tom Finkelpearl, she said,”I really believe that there could have been a revolution, linking up feminism with service workers, crossing gender with economic class.” Why is it could have been? … Continue reading

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Becoming An Artist & Free Thinker

Roanna Heller mentions an essential point in her essay, and that is to have a full on experience, we sometimes need a variety of methods of expression. Reading text alone isn’t engaging enough for a spacial learner, or an individual … Continue reading

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Emotions in Art

I agree with with Freire’s notion in Reading the Word and the World, that “only by learning the significance could they know how to memorize it, to fix it”. He was referring to words, and semantics, rather than syntax, that … Continue reading

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