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What Does Art Teach Us About Ourselves?


Truth In Jest

Using humor to convey truth is as timeless as the medium of comedy. Used to solicit laughter, encourage relaxation, and relieve stress, comedy also has the unique ability to tell deeper truths in a way that’s accessible and convicting. Comedian and actor Tony Hale has ideas for how we

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Systems & Chaos

Hearing the visual philosophy of an artist is an intriguing way to gain perspective on the deeper meaning of her art. Linnea Spransy’s paintings, drawings and installations are generated using systems and rules, which are distillations of her interest in emergent theory, quantum mechanics, theology and chaos theory. Spransey

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The History of Marionettes

What can we learn from an old art form? In an age of innovation, what may seem like an archaic form of storytelling continues to thrive in the heart of Nashville. The art of marionette puppetry, dating back to the Egyptians in 2000 B.C., continues to bring imaginations to life.

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Artists and Poets

With a Cinderella story of drug-dealer-turned-Jesus-lover, Lecrae is the only artist to ever debut an album that simultaneously topped the Billboard 200 and Gospel charts. For any musician, such an accomplishment is simply an Anomaly, the very title of the album that got him there. Lecrae inspires us all to see

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Sports Obsession

Sports are one of the most notable places in which people are highly, almost violently competitive - and yet sports can be good for us, too. So where do we go wrong? How does healthy competition become something much darker? In this excerpt from his talk at Q Nashville in

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