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Watch Out, Picasso.

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

By Rachel

We’re constantly surprised by the variety or organizations using Six-Word Memoirs, from autism support groups to evangelical churches to internet security specialists to wine enthusiasts. Usually it’s the least glamorous that are the most exciting–nothing’s as gratifying as being part of a stranger’s middle school graduation–but today it’s high art tickling our fancy. The Denver Art Museum (or DAM, giggle) is using our little form in their Learning Lounges to engage visitors creatively while they look at other people’s art. Pretty cool. Just one question: when do we get a custom-made six-word memoir table?

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2 responses

  1. Loon says:

    in six words: Michelangelo painted Sistine Chapel by number.

  2. Loon says:

    . . . in six words: Andy Warhol gave you fifteen minutes.

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