Art Without Borders: A Philosophical Exploration of Art and Humanity

Art Without Borders: A Philosophical Exploration of Art and Humanity

"People all over the world make art and take pleasure in it, and they have done so for millennia. But acknowledging that art is a universal part of human experience leads us to some big questions: Why does it exist? Why do we enjoy it? And how do the world’s different art traditions relate to art and to each other?"- www.curatedmag.com This has moved to the top of my reading list.

  • I think this would be a nice starter for someone interested in trying traditional cycle prayers. Of course, it is a good travel-size edition for the vetern, but I am interested in this as a way to get started, and to always have ... I think this would be a nice starter for someone interested in trying traditional cycle prayers. Of course, it is a good travel-size edition for the vetern, but I am interested in this as a way to get started, and to always have "prayer seeds" to begin prayer when I am out and about.

  • "Ties with tradition features a vivid selection of Macedonian aprons, traditionally worn for special occasions and everyday use, and the stories of the women who made them. Also included are essays on the history of Macedonian mig... "Ties with tradition features a vivid selection of Macedonian aprons, traditionally worn for special occasions and everyday use, and the stories of the women who made them. Also included are essays on the history of Macedonian migration to the Illawarra, the aprons research project and the craft of apron making. This book is based on research by the Macedonian Welfare Association Inc., heritage consultant Meredith Walker, and the Powerhouse Museum’s NSW Migration Heritage Centre. "