Aesthetic Realism Foundation

Aesthetic Realism Foundation
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141 Greene St
New York, NY 10012
(212) 777-4490
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How Much Should the World Affect Us? Saturday, April 15, 8 PM, Aesthetic Realism Dramatic Presentation Don’t miss this thrilling cultural event--about people, baseball, & the world itself! Aesthetic Realism & Awareness by Eli Siegel “We want to see things and we want to protect ourselves from seeing…. This spring and summer there is going to be a tremendous commotion in the fields of this world: Insects are going to do all their whirling; winds and colors will mingle with flowers…. There is not a thing in this world which doesn’t tell you something about yourself.” What's Wrong with Flirting? Reenactment of an Aesthetic Realism Lesson “Flirting is the desire for another person to be interested in you with you having less of an interest or none at all in that person. Do you go after that?” --Eli Siegel The Beauty of Baseball Shows Us How We Want to Be! In this exciting talk, given at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, Aesthetic Realism consultant Ernest DeFilippis says: "Why does a person feel so exhilarated as the bat he’s holding in his hands solidly meets that ball? And what meaning does it have for the life of everyone?…To hit a baseball well is to meet fairly what’s not ourselves--reality in the form of that round sphere.” --and More! Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490

Sunday, April 9, 2:30 PM, Aesthetic Realism Foundation Special Event The Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company presents Shakespeare, Mozart, and the Victory You Want Most! Hear how Shakespeare and Mozart powerfully and delightfully show: our greatest victory is not in domination, acquisition, running other people’s lives. It is to see the world and ourselves truly, with courage! Part One— A Dramatic Presentation of Eli Siegel's 1951 Lecture “Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” or, Darkness, I Love You” —with scenes from the play— Cast: Anne Fielding -- Bennett Cooperman -- Carrie Wilson -- Carol McCluer -- Derek Mali -- Karen Van Outryve Part Two— Mozart’s Flute Concerto in G Shows the Victory of Self-Questioning! Performance & Comment by Barbara Allen, flute, & Edward Green, piano Contri. $15 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490

Art & Life—What Do They Have to Do with Each Other? Thursday, April 6, 6:30 PM, Aesthetic Realism Public Seminar The speakers–a painter, an architect, and a sculptor—show the thrilling practicality of art for people’s lives today. Their basis is this principle—a landmark in human and art history—stated by Eli Siegel, critic, poet, and founder of Aesthetic Realism: “All beauty is a making one of opposites, and the making one of opposites is what we are going after in ourselves.” MARCIA RACKOW Painter, Aesthetic Realism consultant, teacher of the Visual Arts & the Opposites class on TITIAN ANTHONY ROMEO Architect, Aesthetic Realism associate, Director of Design, Build It Back program, NYC DDC on GIAN LORENZO BERNINI DONITA ELLISON Sculptor, lecturer on the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method on BARBARA HEPWORTH Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490…/

There Are Oneself, Other People, Art—What’s the Relation? Saturday, March 18, 8 PM, Aesthetic Realism Dramatic Presentation Looking for a Person; or, “The Inspector Cometh” In this wonderful lecture about a popular art form, Eli Siegel said: “A good deal of thought is detection. One reason for the detective story is: people want evil detected—and defeated.” What Will Make You Truly Confident? Reenactment of an Aesthetic Realism Lesson “Many people think if they don’t trust anybody, that means they have confidence in themselves….The technical question is this: would it make us more confident if we liked people more?” —Eli Siegel Art, Anthropology, & Justice to People by artist Marcia Rackow & anthropologist Arnold Perey—on works from Africa, Western Canada, Central America, & more “In a Maori work a menacing being stares at us, smiling, and the large tongue is thrust out so intensely it covers the chin. Does this stand for a fight in every self between contempt and respect, our wanting to stick our tongues out at the world and wanting to be pleased by it?” —and more! Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490

What Kind of Power Does a Man Most Want to Have? Thursday, March 2, 6:30 PM, Aesthetic Realism Public Seminar Everyone needs the knowledge that will be in this important seminar! Aesthetic Realism consultants Ken Kimmelman, Ernest DeFilippis, and Jeffrey Carduner will answer the urgent question in this seminar's title--clearly, vividly, and thrillingly. Everyone wants to have power--to have an effect on other people, things, the world itself. But why, even when people succeed in having some of the power they thought they wanted, can they so often feel bad--angry and ashamed? Men, and women too, haven't known that there are two kinds of power. One is respect for the world and people; the other is contempt--the making oneself big through lessening the meaning of other people and things. The speakers at this seminar will show what Aesthetic Realism explains: the first kind of power makes us proud and truly important; the second always makes for self-dislike and shame. They'll speak about this deep and burning subject in relation to their own lives and describe how the struggle about it affected men in history and the arts. And they'll describe the life-changing education that men today are receiving in Aesthetic Realism consultations, education that makes people's minds stronger, kinder--more truly powerful--and their lives increasingly happy! Contri. $10 Aesthetic Realism Foundation 141 Greene Street, in SoHo New York, NY 10012 212.777.4490