By Magda Lipka Falck
Appropriate for exploring artwork anyplace (galleries, museums, or out-and-about), this useful deck of seventy five playing cards bargains a different method of artwork appreciation. With a mixture of concrete activities and kooky prompts—from "Stop in entrance of a portray that you just like. name an individual you pass over and describe it" to "Imagine you lived inside of a section of paintings. Which piece might you decide and why?"—this inventive consultant will attract a person trying to adventure paintings in new and other ways.
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The Dude is a kind of comic hero, at least for our narrator (Sam Elliott), who shows up onscreen in the final scene at the bowling alley, where he and the Dude exchange pleasantries. The cowboy matter-of-factly reiterates the Dude’s own self-referential proclamation, “The Dude abides,” and offers some reflective, concluding observations: The Dude abides. I don’t know about you, but I take comfort in that. It’s good knowin’ he’s out there, the Dude, takin’ her easy for all us sinners. Shoosh. I sure hope he makes the finals.
He does not need an ethos, except insofar as that is mere style, which is about what the Jewish religion is for Walter. But the Dude has beliefs. He believes, for example, in private property, at least for himself. 11 Brooks’s new social standard–bearers are much more bourgeois than bohemian; inversely, the Dude is more bohemian than bourgeois. He is little concerned with societal standards of success and insouciantly repudiates the work ethic. But, like Walter, he is also passionate about bowling and is deeply concerned with how his team will perform in the upcoming competition.
He is skeptical of large-scale beliefs such as those to which Walter assents. He does not need an ethos, except insofar as that is mere style, which is about what the Jewish religion is for Walter. But the Dude has beliefs. He believes, for example, in private property, at least for himself. 11 Brooks’s new social standard–bearers are much more bourgeois than bohemian; inversely, the Dude is more bohemian than bourgeois. He is little concerned with societal standards of success and insouciantly repudiates the work ethic.
Anywhere Art Guide: 75 Ways to Appreciate Art Wherever You Are by Magda Lipka Falck