Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Art of the Beautiful

The Catholic Artists Society and the Thomistic Institute present a 6-part lecture series delving into the heart of questions on Beauty, artistic creation and the artist’s work. The series begins Saturday, September 14, Greenwich Village.

The monthly, Saturday-night series will feature talks by six renowned philosophers, theologians and artists. Directed to professional artists in all disciplines, students and patrons of the arts, the series is open to all those who take in interest in culture and artistic endeavor. Each lecture will be followed by a reception and the liturgy of sung Compline.

The opening event - Art: For Whose Sake? – will feature Gregory Wolfe, the founder and editor of Image, a Seattle-based journal devoted to the study of the intersection of art, religion and culture.

Start date: Saturday, September 14, 2013

Time: Lecture at 7.30pm; reception at 8.30; Liturgy of Compline 9.30pm

Location: The Catholic Center at NYU, 238 Thompson Street, NYC

Attendance is free but space will be limited.

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