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The Artists Loop with Brian Trahan - Face-to-Face STORIES: Telling the Story of your Art
Thursday, June 26, 2014
6:30 PM-8:00 PM
708 Hope Street
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The Artists Loop with Brian Trahan
Face-to-Face STORIES: Telling the Story of your Art
The arts are an essential part of the story of what it means to be a human being and a community. The story of your art may be different for each individual who sees it, but the story of why you are an artist will always be remembered and build relationships. Join us as we; Discover the Power of Story in Face-to-Face conversations. Brian Trahan is Managing Director of “The Center of Phenomenological Leadership”.
Mr. Trahan honors traditional European phenomenology, whose roots began with Edmund Husserl, which basically means translating all of past learning experiences into an invitational learning environment. The Artists Loop is a program for artists and art enthusiasts. Participants get together to share work and to talk about art related topics.
FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Sponsored by: Friends of Rochambeau Library 708 Hope Street, Providence RI