“Opening to Art” at Montgomery Center for the Arts

Posted by: Brian

Our good friends at the Montgomery Center for the Arts are hosting an event called “Opening to Art” this Saturday, January 27, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The program is described on the MCA Web site as an “experiential workshop exploring new ways to enjoy art.”

Tuition for this workshop is free, but advance registration is required.

“All too often,”  explains workshop leader and artist, Alan Goldsmith, “we experience art with only our  minds and critical faculties. These exercises—drawn from the theater, psychology, and  contemplative practice—open us up so that we bring more of ourselves to the art. As that  happens, more of the art reveals itself to us. A wonderful feedback loop is created that  allows for a richer, deeper experience than we might normally have.”

To register for “Opening to Art,” call 609-921-3272. For more detailed information about the workshop itself, please call Alan Goldsmith at 609-924-5584.

Download the “Opening to Art” PDF.

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