Myth and Materiality is an art exhibit where you truly grasp the purpose of art to alter consciousness and open a fresh vista of 'seeing'. Each piece gives you a feeling of surprise. Young students were stretched on the floor studying and sketching. A group of young people gathered around several to share the experience of looking, delighting in the way art could reach out and arouse them emotionally.
Just before entering the M & M exhibit, I found Danny Lyon's 1960's photos of SNCC and segregation very memorable - I lived in the South in the 50's - and impressive. In particular, I loved the one of 19 year old Bob Dylan sitting and talking outside with SNCC students and friends.
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