Two Kinds of Truth: Exploring the Interweaving of Art and Science

Two Kinds of Truth: Exploring the Interweaving of Art and Science

Event Date: 
Friday, January 6, 2012 - 12:00pm - Saturday, January 14, 2012 - 3:00pm

Two Kinds of Truth:  Exploring the Interweaving of Art and Science

The Denver Waldorf School and EventGallery 910Arts  proudly present the opening of a unique art exhibition entitled, Two Kinds of Truth: Exploring the Interweaving of Art and Science, running January 6-14, 2012

The show is an exploration of the interweaving of art and science in Waldorf education.  It beautifully represents, as Raymond Thornton Chandler (1888-1959) said, “The truth of art keeps science from becoming inhuman, and the truth of science keeps art from becoming ridiculous.”  The show features works from The Denver Waldorf students (Kindergarten – 12th Grade) in mediums such as:  watercolor and oil painting; clay busts and stone carvings; blacksmithing and woodworking; and, sustainable clothing and handworks.  In addition to all the fabulous art exhibits, DWS students will provide the musical entertainment.  Definitely not your typical school art show!

Student artists will be at the Opening Reception, First Friday January 6, to discuss their works and will also be providing the musical entertainment for the evening.

Join us Tuesday evening, January 10th, 6 to 9pm for a fun and intriging evening discussion on The Interweaving of Art and Science presented by the Denver Waldorf School and Metro's Center for Visual Art.  910Arts Bar will be open for your enjoyment.