Students seek collaboration in ‘Modern Folklore’

by James Jackson

Special to The Free Weekly

Storytelling has taken many forms as it has traveled through thousands of years of human history. Civilizations have told the story of humanity on stone tablets, scrolls of parchment, bound volumes of paper, and digital impressions created entirely by electrical currents. Although formats have changed, and will continue to change, non-written communication remains an enduring medium in which we keep the human spirit alive. From the earliest cave paintings to modern murals and “graffiti,” art remains as a testament to the enduring power of expressive storytelling.

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