How Much Should People & Things Mean to Us?

This exciting Dramatic Presentation of Aesthetic Realism will feature:

“Mind & Friends” by Eli Siegel–which will include:
“The word friendship is just as deep as the word love….A friend, according to Aesthetic Realism, is a person who has pleasure in making us stronger.”

The Two Selves of Jessica Throckmorton
A Reenactment of an Aesthetic Realism Lesson
“There are two opposites—blaming ourselves and cursing other things. If we cannot combine them gracefully, then we are two people. Are you the same person who blames other things and who is also critical of herself?” —Eli Siegel

“Chardin’s Soap Bubbles—& How I Saw the World Has Meaning!”
By Lore Mariano
“This painting answers soberly and joyously ‘Yes’ to the most serious questions we could ask: Does the world have meaning? Do our lives have meaning? Light and dark, the weighty and feathery, the permanent and the transient are related beautifully and shown to be one in a way every person is longing for and can learn from.”











When: Sat., January 19, 2019 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: Aesthetic Realism Foundation
141 Greene St.
212-777-4490
Price: $10 Suggested Contribution
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This exciting Dramatic Presentation of Aesthetic Realism will feature:

“Mind & Friends” by Eli Siegel–which will include:
“The word friendship is just as deep as the word love….A friend, according to Aesthetic Realism, is a person who has pleasure in making us stronger.”

The Two Selves of Jessica Throckmorton
A Reenactment of an Aesthetic Realism Lesson
“There are two opposites—blaming ourselves and cursing other things. If we cannot combine them gracefully, then we are two people. Are you the same person who blames other things and who is also critical of herself?” —Eli Siegel

“Chardin’s Soap Bubbles—& How I Saw the World Has Meaning!”
By Lore Mariano
“This painting answers soberly and joyously ‘Yes’ to the most serious questions we could ask: Does the world have meaning? Do our lives have meaning? Light and dark, the weighty and feathery, the permanent and the transient are related beautifully and shown to be one in a way every person is longing for and can learn from.”

Buy tickets/get more info now