Sister Mary Corita Kent (1918 – 1986) Ark, Serigraph on paper, 1966-67, 1999.2.47. Given by the artists of Motive Magazine and Professor Emeritus Dennis Akin and Marjorie Pennington Akin
“Art does not come from thinking, but from responding.”-Corita Kent
Soul Food provides artful inspiration for nurturing the soul and calming the spirit. Individual posts might function as meditations, prompts for contemplative response, or poetic musings on the human spirit. Comments are welcome. All artworks are from The Trout Gallery permanent collection.
Can art address racism? Consider the example of Rosa Sparks, a 2017 linocut by artist Steve Prince. Click HERE to learn more.
We may not be able to vacation physically, but a mental vacation is a calming alternative. And what better place, than a palace garden? Click HERE to begin your garden visit.
Great art expresses the human condition. In times of stress and anxiety, a visual reminder that we are not alone can provide the equivalent of a virtual hug. This one comes from Mexico, where Manuel Alvarez Bravo produced some of his greatest work. So settle in, and explore your shared humanity HERE.
Slow looking is one of the latest trends in museum-going, but might it have added benefits? Enter Slow Art. This guided viewing experience was developed as a collaboration with a Dickinson psychologist and Trout Student Assistants. Interested in slowing down your day? Learn more here.