Something that I have come to realize is that Art is not a reflection of life nor is life a reflection of art. ART IS LIFE and LIFE IS ART! Every minute that I am not creating art, looking at art, or thinking about art in some way, it’s a minute that dead. Art is the substance that created the universe, and is the substance used to substain the universe. It just is as life just is. In order to live a more fullfilling life one must live art, embrace it, become it, think it, be it. Art’s true focus is in opening the mind’s eye so to speak… connecting the dots between the physical and metaphysical… All religions are art, and have rules, ideas, myths, stories about creation. Creation IS ART. Art is the act of creation. It is the act of connecting the dots that make up the universe. Art is the act of learning to percieve the world with a more detailed view. Art is the ability to perceive infinite levels of detail in all areas of Life. Science would not exist without art as a basis. Religion would not exist without art. Technology is science fictional art before it comes to exist. Our dreams are creations of art. Our realities are created because of our dreams.
ART IS LIFE AND LIFE IS ART.
I want to embrace, become, and be art so that I have a more fullfilling life. You should too! 🙂
These notes accompany the Eisenstein Double Bill program, which screens on March 3, 4, and 5 in Theater 3.
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I saw an email about this… figured I’d post it here since some of you people reading this qualify and might be eligible…
Participants Needed for Alcohol Research: $12 per Hour
The Social Cognitive Neuroscience lab at MU is looking for participants for a research study on the effects of alcohol on cognition. If you are between the ages of 21 and 35, have no history of substance abuse problems or other major medical conditions and consider yourself to be a “social drinker” you may be eligible to participate. Participants must be available for an appointment that lasts approximately 4 to 9 hours. A telephone interview is required to determine eligibility for the study. Eligible individuals will be paid $12/hour for participating. If interested, please contact Alcohol Research at 882-4405 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Announcement sponsored by MU Social Cognitive Neuroscience Research Lab