Case Study: Music Takes Action—Lindisfarne AGS
Art is an intimately personal undertaking, but many believe its true purpose is to inspire and inflame feeling and opinion. The strongest forms of art have the potential to change situations and people in profound ways, and our own history is the greatest source of this truth. Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School music teacher Jonathan Grant believes this also.
“Music has the power to change the world,” he states. “Art may be self-expression yet the highest art can profoundly affect the world around us.” After having been inspired by a visit to Lindisfarne from GDCF president Lee Watanabe-Crockett, Jonathan decided to ignite the passion of creation in his students’ hearts and minds in a project that would also inspire them to serve others. He called it ‘Music Takes Action.’
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