Art in Action.
Art has the power to connect communities.
We invite your family to think about how art challenges our ways of thinking and has the power to brighten our days. Check out this video about Magda Sayeg, a textile artist who started a world wide movement with yarn and some knitting needles.
Magda Sayeg notes that "we all live in this fast paced, digital world, but we still crave and desire something that's relatable." Magda uses public art as a means of connecting people. When we see art that is out of our ordinary, it makes us stop and think - even if it's as simple as yarn wrapped around a stop sign. Public art urges us to be present, to contemplate our ability to create, and to challenge the ways we relate to the world.