Sight into Insight
Teaching Emotional Understanding for a Stronger Society
Humankind has always explored reality through art. Ancient cave drawings, such as the Lascaux cave paintings, demonstrate some of the earliest attempts to not only understand the physical world, but, as Sister Wendy once stated in her famous BBC series, how it “feels” to be those subjects. General curriculum provides each upcoming generation with answers to questions such as “What?”, “How?”, and “When?”, but the intersection of word and image especially deepens that knowledge by synthesizing concrete information with personal comprehension–resulting in furthered emotional understanding.