Aesthetic Realism Foundation

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Aesthetic Realism Foundation
Aesthetic Realism Foundation is listed in the Foundations Educational Philanthropic Research Etc category in New York, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Aesthetic Realism Foundation which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Aesthetic Realism Foundation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

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141 Greene St
New York, NY 10012
(212) 777-4490

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How Can a Woman Be Sure of Herself in Life & Love? Thursday, February 1, 6:30 PM, Aesthetic Realism Public Seminar At this thrilling event, women--& men too--will learn about a huge matter for everyone! Why can we seem so confident one moment, and painfully unsure the next? Is there a way we go after being confident that actually makes us unsure? How can we have real sureness—in our lives as such, and about love? You’ll hear the answers--answers people long for--as Aesthetic Realism consultant Carol Driscoll and associates Lynette Abel and Leila Rosen tell what they’ve learned from Aesthetic Realism on this tremendous subject. They’ll give vivid instances from their own lives, and from works of literature, drama, and film. And they’ll describe the beautiful, exciting education women today are receiving in Aesthetic Realism consultations. Through this education in how to see oneself, other people, and the world justly, a person becomes increasingly sure of herself and proud—in life and love! Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490 https://aestheticrealism.org/47893-2/

What Is Our Deepest Desire?—2018 Saturday, January 20, 8:00 PM, Aesthetic Realism Dramatic Presentation You'll have a great time learning about art & every person's hopes! Mind & Importance In this exciting talk, with illustrations from Thackeray, Jane Austen, and the Duchess of Newcastle, Eli Siegel said: "If you are important because you feel that what’s real is important, that other people can be important, then your importance is good….The wrong thing about being important is that we deny importance elsewhere. We can be as important, if we want to, as the Rocky Mountains, as long as we don’t deny anybody else’s importance." Do You Want to Manage or Be Affected? Reenactment of an Aesthetic Realism Lesson "Any pleasure we’re not proud of is that much less pleasure: Mr. Reynolds, do you want to be proud of how someone affects you?" --Eli Siegel How Can We Be Composed? Bruegel’s "Hunters in the Snow" By Nancy Huntting "In Bruegel’s winter scene, snow blankets everything. Yet unlike the way I tried to smooth down reality, the snow intensifies the red brick of the houses and shapes of the figures, while at the same time it makes for unity and calm." Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490 https://aestheticrealism.org/47603-2/

What can we learn about reality and ourselves from two poems, written centuries apart, about whales? And how are matter and space, opposites fundamental to the universe, intimately of and in us? For the answer--exciting and important--read "Space, Matter, Good Will, & the Whale," the new issue of The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known. http://www.aestheticrealism.net/tro/space-matter-good-will-and-the-whale.html
What can we learn about reality and ourselves from two poems about whales? How are the universal opposites of matter and space, intimately of and in us?

Space and Matter: along with being physical realities, do these have to do with ethics? Does the way we think about space and matter have to do with whether we’ll like ourselves or not? Can poetry--including the poetry of Shakespeare--show us something important about these big opposites in our lives and the world? Surprising, wonderful, and immediately useful answers are in "Space, Matter, & Our Own Emotions," the new issue of The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known. http://www.aestheticrealism.net/tro/space-matter-and-our-own-emotions.html
Can poetry—including Shakespeare’s—show us something important about matter and space in our lives and the world?

What Music Says about Our Lives — A Celebration! Thursday, January 11, 6:30 PM, Aesthetic Realism Public Seminar Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, Edward Green, & speakers from the Opposites in Music class— Christopher Balchin: Can Seriousness and Joy Go Together? Yes, Says Handel in “Dixit Dominus,” an Early Choral Masterpiece Kevin Fennell: What’s the True, Thrilling Relation of One Person to All People? We Hear It in “Dancing in the Street” by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas Lynette Abel: Tearfulness and Exuberance in Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” Alan Shapiro: Wildness and Order in Duke Ellington's "Happy Go Lucky Local" Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490 https://aestheticrealism.org/music-says-lives-celebration/