So today I am highlighting an arts magazine, The Curator, originally an offshoot of the International Arts Movement (see my post of January 31). As with all of the organizations I highlight, I ask you to read about them, Like them on Facebook, share them using other social media, pray for them, tell like-minded friends about them, and join in their movement if you feel led. Please take a few minutes to do one or more of these things for The Curator.
The Curator engages with the worlds of literature, film, television, music, the performing arts, the visual arts and poetry. Here is a little more, from their web page:
"When it launched on August 29, 2008, as a web publication of (IAM), The Curator sought to announce signs of a “world that ought to be” as found in our midst and to inspire its readers to engage deeply with culture that enriches life and broadens experience. In keeping with our belief that artistic excellence paves the way for lasting, enduring humanity, The Curator has encouraged, promoted, and uncovered artifacts of culture—those things humans create—that inspire and embody truth, goodness and beauty.
Five years and three editors-in-chief later, The Curator still holds to that philosophy to a large extent, celebrating the best of new art, music, film and books, as well as taking time to observe daily beauty through poetry and creative nonfiction. But its tone and approach have become sometimes feistier, more willing to criticize “the world that is but ought not be.”