by Micah Yongo Two hours of sitting still, often in dark eerie spaces, locked in cobbled communion with a group of fellow strangers by a shared commitment to stare at eighty square feet of lit canvas. We’ve come a long way from tales told round the campfire. Still, what remains the same is how those tales… Read More
Why Art Matters. Re-imagining The Great Gatsby
by Micah Yongo Cue the credits, then the music, and our numbed seats rise slowly in unison, and a room of strangers together arch their spines, stretch their legs, and spread their arms, as though for flight, as the cosy dimness finally lifts and ushers us back to reality with the sated sigh of having… Read More
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