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Department of Aesthetics

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What is art?

Art serves the functional purpose of creating a sensational experience, communicating a unique and extraordinary idea or perception of reality, conveying a distinct personal expression that imprints others with a universal impression. Art allows others to sense, feel, and imagine a range of existence that is contained within the heart, mind, and soul of the artist and which is produced by the creative outlet of an artist at work.

Art utilizes abstract sensual stimulus to convey a cognitive archetype that can be universally experienced by an audience for subjective interpretation.

Art can be experienced by any sensation: sight, sound, taste, smell, touch. Within the physical stimulus of an artistic composition retains the ability to convey feeling, affect mood, alter temperament, compel thoughts, inspire ideas. Art has the ability to alter the norm in a way that causes humans to inescapably recognize the awe and wonder of existence.

Art is an important part of a society that provides nourishment for the soul. Art creates the opportunity for people to think abstractly and exercise the imaginative faculties of the mind. Without art people will be rigid and lack imagination. Art builds a sense of culture and introduces possibilities of creative expression.

Mission - It is our mission to subsidize local arts programs in order to enable all people to cultivate artistic talents and have an open outlet for creativity. We want to provide comprehensive arts programs that cover all aspects of aesthetic creation and sensory experience. We want to provide an outlet for artists to showcase their work and also an inlet for people to enjoy an aesthetic experience. It is our purpose to provide people with a highly sensational and extraordinary experience.

Art Education - Many people grow up without being able to cultivate their personal talents and develop their skills as artists. We envision a future where arts programs are an essential part of the educational curriculum. To offer teaching assistance the Department of Education working with the Department of Media will provide instructional resources such as books, audio, and videos offering valuable insight and inspiration. Students will mostly learn by direct experience and will have the opportunity to personally explore each and every type of art and craft and utilize every medium while studying various styles and techniques.

Supplies - In order to provide each and every person with the opportunity to develop artistic skills it is our mission to subsidize the public educational system with all of the supplies necessary to provide each and every student with a highly interactive learning experience. In order to provide these supplies at the lowest possible cost we are going to produce all resources for every artistic craft by the Department of Industry within the public infrastructure. In producing all supplies by the public infrastructure we can guarantee the highest quality product for the lowest possible cost and ensure that the industrial sector is maintaining the operational protocol established in the public code of conduct.

Publicly Subsidized Art VS Commercial Exploitation for Profit

Artists must be provided with an opportunity to produce their creations without being dependent upon commercial interests. It is important that artists are able to incorporate their talents for the betterment of society and progression of art in the development of civilization and not just to sell a worthless product for money. Too often the truly soulful artists can hardly afford to live and lack the ability to fully devote their time, energy, and abilities towards their fullest potential and desire for creative production. On the other hand there are people who think of art as a commercial enterprise and a way to make money. These capital driven artists take all of the soul and creative expression out of the work and it is a lifeless piece of garbage that stumps the public’s imagination and corrupts people’s knowledge and awareness of masterful art. The public misinterprets Art as being the commercial trash that they are being presented. The purpose of this “art” makes it not really Art at all. This is another instance of how capitalism is a perversion within our culture. Capitalists are producing commercial trash all for the purpose of making money and maintaining the luxury of life; not for the purpose of focusing creative energies in order to express an awesome and inspiring message to our society. In the meantime, the true artists who are only focused upon creative expression and who are truly working to inspire people with masterpieces often live modest and impoverished lives. Our society must take care of people with this gift and give artists the opportunity to create.


These links are provided courtesy of the Light Party.

Alex Grey Iasos Kimberly Kuwica Glibert Williams Robert Venosa Bryan de Flores AYA Hannah-Eliza Omer Jean Luc Bozzoli Bill Foss Cheryl Rose Raphaella Vaisseau Julia Weaver SALEENA Kynthia Todd Stock KiVision Art Douglas Taylor Dimension 7 Mark Henson CarmelaTal-Baron Garret Moore Aurora Visionary Art Willow Wolfgang Gersch Meta Arts Timoieo Montoya Jonathan Earl Bowser Galen Roswell Phoenix & Arabeth Vern Clevenger Bonnie Bell Eriel Aeoliah Leszek Forczek Art From The Soul: Julie Rodriguez Jones CodeName: MANA Right Now Tom Griffin Bev Dolittle Jane Nussbaum PROFOUNDLY BEAUTIFUL SILK: PRESENCE Krista Dodson Emy Ledbetter Kerry Oda Eva Ariela Lindberg Natalie Nunez Wolf Dietrich-Rose Pathways To Peace Spirit Of Maat Life and Infinite Light Jim Warren Mary Sain t Marie Mandala Animation: Marlis Laduree PAMELA MATTHEWS Cynthia Rose Ruary Allan The Wonder Of It All Dancing Shakina Tapesteries AURORA MEGA-GALLERY Heidi Fox Spiritus Sanctus John Pitre Sarah West Wyland LIONEL DOUGY TREAS ATKINSON A. Andrew Gonzales LINDA JACOBSON Jim Thompson David Wesley Jarvis Ikosmos Amoraea Dreamsee Love Star Records ERIC RYSER Butterfly Spirit Babylon Systems Yoga Mandala Posters Great Crop Circles Microscopic Art - by Nature Daniel Merriam Paul Heussenstamm Spiritual Artist Bernadette Wulf ~ Wulf Works The Laserium Cyberdome John Lawton Cullison, Jr. Lindy Longhurst Kagaya Melanie Gendron Raphaella Vaisseau


Alex Grey - COSM

Alex Grey - World Spirit


Bill Hicks - Legendary One Night Stand 1990

Bill Hicks - Revelations 1993

Bill Hicks - The Lost Hour

Dave Chappelle - For What its Worth (2004)

Dave Chappelle - Killing Them Softly 

Doug Stanhope - Word of Mouth (2002)

Doug Stanhope - Deadbeat Hero (2008)

George Carlin - Doin it Again (1990)

George Carlin - Jammin In New York (1992)

George Carlin - Life is Worth Loosing (2006)

George Carlin - Playing With Your Head (1986)

Joe Rogan - Live (2005)


Graphic Artists Guild


Art and History - (US SENATE)

Art in Embassies

Arts and Crafts Safety

Arts and Music Teaching and Learning Resources

Artists and Related Workers (BLS)

Earth as Art

History, Arts, and Culture

Kids Art

Mars as Art

National Endowment for the Arts

National Gallery of Art

National Museum of American Art

NPS Archeology Program: Coso Rock Art

State, Regional, and Jurisdictional Art Agencies


California Arts Council

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

Hawaii State Foundation Cultural and the Arts

Illinois Arts Council

Kansas Arts Commission

Maine Arts Commission

Montana Arts Council

Rhode Island - State Council on the Arts

Utah - Division of Arts and The Museums

Washington State Arts Commission

Wisconsin - Art and Craft Directory


Chicago Il, Department of Cultural Affairs

Chicago Il, Public Art Program

Houston, TX - Municipal Art Conservation Office

New York City, NY - Department of Cultural Affairs

Philadelphia, PA - Public Art

San Antonio, TX - Public Art

San Diego, CA - Commission for Arts and Culture

Seattle, WA - Public Art

Tempe, AZ - Center for the Arts


Art Chicago

Art Dealers Association of Chicago

Art Walk Ravenswood

Chicago Art Department

Chicago Art Matrix

Chicago Art Net

Chicago Artists Resource

Chicago Public Art Group

Contemporary Art Workshop

Hyde Park Art Center

Museum of Contemporary Art

National Museum of Mexican Art

South Chicago Art Center

Transit Station Artwork Guide

Uptown Multicultural Arts Center




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