ARC Prospect’s Projects are to critically examine the challenging questions of life, art, culture, religion, philosophy and science and promote practices of faith, love, and education to change the cultural landscape of our society.
However, through our Projects, we are not interested in formulating a new abstract theory or in outlining the nature of man. Rather the Projects are designed to reawaken us to our own authentic human condition. Through our Projects, ARC Prospect encourages all people to seek and follow Truth, connect their everyday life to Divine Creativity, and emerge with a clear and hopeful vision for the world.
ARC Prospect therefore creates a space where people of any religious or cultural background are welcome, as we bring together artists and writers, philosophers and scientists, theologians and priests, students and faculty to engage in creative events, discussions, and participation in ARC Prospect’s big projects.
What do we know about ourselves? Do we know what we are, who we are, how we find ourselves in the world, what we live for? Today, we know more about the world and the cosmos than about ourselves. All spheres of cognition have been interested in man for millenniums. Art and literature, philosophy and metaphysics, religion and science have made great contributions to the library of the knowledge of man. This shows that man is a very special kind of being in the world.
The Monument Museum of Native American Cultures serves in both the memory of the indigenous people of North America who suffered genocide and as an ode of joy and triumph for the beauty of their ancient art and culture.
THOSE WHO CHANGED THE WORLD
As part of Scholarly Research, ARC Prospect is developing online biographical publications of people who have made an incredibly positive impact on human life, culture, and history. Through their ambitious work, dedicated creativeness, and self-rejection, the world has received a revelation of beauty and truth that inspires us all today and brings hope.
The origin of evil is an ancient theme that has disturbed man’s mind throughout history. Thousands of works of research in the fields of philosophy, theology, literature and science were devoted to the study of this problem. Theater, music, painting, and sculpture delivered great additions to this important topic as well.
The arts, religion, philosophy and science as spheres of human creativeness had intimate intellectual and spiritual relationships with one another for millenniums. The imagination, the way of perception, the cognition of the world, and the creative act itself were always in unity, while each still maintaining their distinctive language.