Aesthetic Realism Foundation

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 92.

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

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RT @KevinFennell8: Profoundly stirring event this month showing the relation of ethics and art: Film—& “The Art of Enjoying Justice” https:…

RT @shapal_jazz: “Are men of different #cultures more alike or different?” A key question—and the answer—for our world today.…

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RT @BarbaraSMcClung: A second grader comes to love the study of #geology and wants to be a scientist. Read how this happened.…

The Fight in Women about Managing or Understanding—& the Beautiful Answer Thursday, August 3, 6:30 PM, Aesthetic Realism Public Seminar You’ll have a great time learning about yourself—and about all people! At this important seminar given by consultant Marcia Rackow and associates Harriet Bernstein and Leila Rosen, you’ll learn about a fight that’s deep and constant in everyone: Do we want to understand people, situations, the world itself, OR do we want to run things and people (however politely), make them give us our way, do as we desire? The speakers will show how Aesthetic Realism explains the cause of this confusing situation—and gives the thrilling answer! With depth and humor, they’ll describe various forms the fight took in their own lives and in the lives of three women of culture—in film, photography, and literature. And they’ll tell what women learn in Aesthetic Realism consultations—knowledge that enables a person to feel strong and proud on the only basis that holds up: through wanting to understand the outside world and other people. Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490

RT @cjbalchin: #ErnestHemingway born on this day 118 years ago. Why is his earlier work seen as his better work?
“See this great interview--breaking new ground for music: "Aesthetic Realism and the Art of the Flute." via @YouTube”

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Matthew D’Amico, Aesthetic Realism associate, and political coordinator for a New York State labor union, says: A work I care for greatly is Eli Siegel’s “36 Things about America: An Arithmetical Assemblage of Notations on the Persisting,” of 1961. In it, he shows through wonderful imagination and h...
“How much do we really need anything outside ourselves? Read “Men’s Mistake about Self-Reliance”:”

Film—& “The Art of Enjoying Justice”! Sunday, July 30, 2:30 PM, Aesthetic Realism Special Event Emmy Award-winning filmmaker KEN KIMMELMAN speaks on & shows 5 of his short films— The Heart Knows Better -- Brushstrokes -- What Does a Person Deserve? & -- the film of Eli Siegel’s 1925 prize-winning poem “Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana” Also -- the 1968 documentary of Eli Siegel teaching an Aesthetic Realism class, originally broadcast on WNET, Channel 13 -- “People Are Trying to Put Opposites Together” “I had always wanted to make films that were for social justice, but it was when I began to study Aesthetic Realism with Eli Siegel that I learned what could really make for change in the world! I learned that all art, in its purpose and technique, is ethical. Art has in it the way of seeing we need in our everyday lives. Mr. Siegel defined ethics as ‘the art of enjoying justice’!” -- Ken Kimmelman Contri. $15 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490