Faith and Art series: What is Hands-On Art in a World Without Touch?

    Mar 14, 2021 | by Rev. Angela Ryo by Garth Glazier

    Faith and Art Lenten Series
    12:15 PM • online zoom

    Faith and Creativity  |  What is Hands-On Art in a World Without Touch?
    As a graphic artist and art educator, the new challenges of creating illustrations under the constraints of Covid-19 has resulted is a shift in how images are received and how Garth teaches. He believes the social and political unrest that have roiled our society in 2020 and 2021 are a direct effect of our physical separation from each other. This separation or lack of “touch” has created a strain on our normal assumptions about what images mean and what images are acceptable. Showing several visual examples of how this change has occurred, Garth will take a virtual walk through 2020 talking about how meaning and art have changed for Garth.

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