Wildness & Order–Can They Make Sense? A Dramatic Presentation of Aesthetic Realism

Wildness & Order—Can They Make Sense?

National Ethics Report
Speaking of Kaufman & Hart’s 1936 comedy, You Can’t Take It with You, Eli Siegel said:

“There are two things going on now: to whom does oneself belong?; to whom does the world belong?…This play was an early cry in behalf of not making profit, and it was applauded.”

Daniel Vorhees’ Driving
Reenactment of an Aesthetic Realism Lesson

“So, you’re in an argument with time? Life itself is a oneness of slowness and speed….” —Eli Siegel

The Columns of Ancient Greece—& What I Learned about Pride & Humility
By architect Anthony Romeo

“When I learned from Aesthetic Realism that a beautiful building puts together opposites I am trying to put together, my whole life began to change and architecture came alive for me.”

and more!











When: Sat., Aug. 19, 2017 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: Aesthetic Realism Foundation
141 Greene St.
212-777-4490
Price: $10 suggested contrib.
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Wildness & Order—Can They Make Sense?

National Ethics Report
Speaking of Kaufman & Hart’s 1936 comedy, You Can’t Take It with You, Eli Siegel said:

“There are two things going on now: to whom does oneself belong?; to whom does the world belong?…This play was an early cry in behalf of not making profit, and it was applauded.”

Daniel Vorhees’ Driving
Reenactment of an Aesthetic Realism Lesson

“So, you’re in an argument with time? Life itself is a oneness of slowness and speed….” —Eli Siegel

The Columns of Ancient Greece—& What I Learned about Pride & Humility
By architect Anthony Romeo

“When I learned from Aesthetic Realism that a beautiful building puts together opposites I am trying to put together, my whole life began to change and architecture came alive for me.”

and more!