Creativity Coach Hosts Slow Art Day at the Krasl Art Center With African American Artworks

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We’re bombarded by images online and on TV, but the Krasl Art Center invites people to view art slowly from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and converse about the work from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on April 12. Slow Art Day at the Krasl, facilitated by Creativity Coach Ara Lucia, will exhibit a private collection of African American art spanning from the 1900s to present day.

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"San Antonio Passage" (1998) is a lithograph by Margo Humphrey. The exhibition THE HARMON AND HARRIET KELLEY COLLECTION OF AFRICAN AMERICAN ART: WORKS ON PAPER was organized by Landau Traveling Exhib

It's an important collection because there aren't any like it.

""It’s a premiere collection of African American art.” Ara Lucia said. "Our museum is very proud to exhibit it on Slow Art Day.”

Guests will have worksheets to journal their observances, and Ara Lucia will spark conversation between participants about their experiences.

“In my creativity coaching I work with artists to look inside and find their vision,” she said. “As a facilitator, I’m working with others in the same way to find their experience of the work.”

Creativity Coach Ara Lucia is the founder of, a coaching practice that helps artists develop unique artistic vision and accelerate their career success.

Slow Art Day is the global all-volunteer event with a simple mission: help more people discover for themselves the joy of looking at and loving art.

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