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Beyond (Post)Modern Theories: Alternative Approaches to Art and Craft
Feb
4
7:00 PM19:00

Beyond (Post)Modern Theories: Alternative Approaches to Art and Craft

Today, late-Capitalism and its supporting theories dominate the cultural landscape, including society's approach to art.  What if we could find a totally different way to think about art, craft, design, and objects in general?  What changes when we dare to look at the world differently?

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Art and the Future of the Threefold Social Order
Jan
24
7:30 PM19:30

Art and the Future of the Threefold Social Order

  • Threefold Educational Center, Chestnut Ridge, (map)
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Rudolf Steiner speaks about“The Royal Social Art" of the future.  The artist Joseph Beuys coined the term “Social Sculpture”.  What is the difference between Art, Activism and the Future Social Art?  How does Anthroposophy pave the way for a Threefold Social Order rooted in an artistic approach to society and reality?

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The Spiritual Reality of (Post)Modernity:  Painting, Thinking and Anthroposophy in Our Evolving Age
Jan
23
to Jan 24

The Spiritual Reality of (Post)Modernity: Painting, Thinking and Anthroposophy in Our Evolving Age

  • Anthroposophical Society NYC (map)
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Two Lectures and a Painting Workshop by Zvi Szir

Unfolding a large panorama of questions staged by artists and thinkers from the mid 19th century to our present day, this two-part lecture series will follow an attempt to uncover the concrete spiritual battle beneath the surface of the ever changing (Post)Modern culture. 

Each lecture will stand on its own and can be attended separately if one is unable to participate in the full series.  

 

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