The Boating Party with Outside Authority

May 22, 2017

I found the reblog button! Thank you for the opportunity David

Thereisnocavalry

Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1881. By Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

The Boating Party is a series of Q&As with writers, artists, photographers, filmmakers, musicians, sculptors, illustrators, designers and the like.

In times of economic hardship, the Arts are usually the first things to be axed. But, in my view, the Arts are one of the most important aspects of our civilisation.

Without the arts, we wouldn’t have language or the written word. Without the arts, we have no culture. Without culture, we have no society. Without society, we have no civilisation. And without civilisation, we have anarchy.

Which, in itself, is paradoxical, because so many artists view themselves as rebels to society. To me, artists aren’t rebels, they are pioneers.

Perhaps, most importantly; without the Arts, where is the creativity that will solve the world’s problems going to come from? Including economic and scientific ones?

In this Q&A, I am delighted…

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7 Responses to “The Boating Party with Outside Authority”

  1. memadtwo said

    Suitably inscrutable. And a nice selection of art. (K)

  2. honeypears said

    Most entertaining/mysterious!

  3. The veil remains intact!

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