Freedom of Worship

Posted on: April 29, 2019
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Before the 2018 midterms, I and other students were tasked with reimagining Norman Rockwell's "Four Freedoms" for a show that was inspired by his work and the For Freedoms 50 state initiative. I had the task of representing the freedom of worship as presented by President FDR in his 1941 State of the Union Address. I made the conscious effort to focus on why we worship, to look up to a greater calling in union with others around us, rather than how or what we worship, based off of writings from the original founders of the USA who thought religious tolerance was the bedrock of any democracy. Something for which I feel is of great importance today.

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Frederick J. Aldrich III

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BFA Alumni

Major: Illustration

Graduation Year: 2019