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* The Debate in Every Person: To Feel More or LessThe Debate in Every Person: To Feel More or Less

Time: 6:30 pm

Public seminar given by Matthew D’Amico, Dan McClung, Devorah Tarrow

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* Cityscape: A Drama of Outline & Color, Surface & Depth Cityscape: A Drama of Outline & Color, Surface & Depth

Time: 10:00 am

The Art of Drawing: Surface & Depth, class taught by Marcia Rackow

* The Aesthetic Realism Teaching MethodThe Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method

Time: 12:30 pm

Education workshop for teachers, taught by Barbara Allen, Patricia Martone, Arnold Perey, Ph.D., Rosemary Plumstead

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* The Opposites in MusicThe Opposites in Music

Time: 4:00 pm

Music class, taught by Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, Edward Green, Ph.D.

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* Acting, Life, & the OppositesActing, Life, & the Opposites

Time: 6:00 pm

Acting class, taught by Anne Fielding

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* The Purpose of Marriage: Shelter from, or Increased Care for, the World?The Purpose of Marriage: Shelter from, or Increased Care for, the World?

Time: 11:00 am

Understanding Marriage!, class open to all women, taught by Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, and Pauline Meglino

* Picasso Sculpture (powerpoint) – Terrain GalleryPicasso Sculpture (powerpoint) – Terrain Gallery

Time: 12:35 pm

The Visual Arts & the Opposites, class studies the art of the world in New York museums and galleries, taught by Marcia Rackow

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* Critical Inquiry: A Workshop in the Visual Arts Critical Inquiry: A Workshop in the Visual Arts

Time: 10:00 am

Works in process by persons engaged in the visual arts looked at and discussed, taught by Dorothy Koppelman

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* Poetry Is about Light and Dark—and So Are We Poetry Is about Light and Dark—and So Are We

Time: 6:00 pm

The Aesthetic Realism Explanation of Poetry, class taught by Ellen Reiss

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* Art, the Opposites, & the Fang of Gabon (the Congo) Art, the Opposites, & the Fang of Gabon (the Congo)

Time: 6:00 pm

Anthropology Is about You & Everyone, class taught by Arnold Perey, Ph.D.

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* The Art of Singing: Technique and FeelingThe Art of Singing: Technique and Feeling

Time: 6:00 pm

Singing class, taught by Carrie Wilson

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* Cityscape: A Drama of Outline & Color, Surface & Depth Cityscape: A Drama of Outline & Color, Surface & Depth

Time: 10:00 am

The Art of Drawing: Surface & Depth, class taught by Marcia Rackow

* What Sports Can Teach Us about the World & Ourselves!What Sports Can Teach Us about the World & Ourselves!

Time: 11:00 am

Learning To Like the World, class for young people, taught by Barbara Allen and Robert Murphy

* The Aesthetic Realism Teaching MethodThe Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method

Time: 12:30 pm

Education workshop for teachers, taught by Barbara Allen, Patricia Martone, Arnold Perey, Ph.D., Rosemary Plumstead

* How Should We See People?How Should We See People?

Time: 8:00 pm

Dramatic presentation, open to all, featuring "Aesthetic Realism Looks at Things: Seeing & Grabbing" by Eli Siegel

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* The Opposites in MusicThe Opposites in Music

Time: 4:00 pm

Music class, taught by Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, Edward Green, Ph.D.

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* Acting, Life, & the OppositesActing, Life, & the Opposites

Time: 6:00 pm

Acting class, taught by Anne Fielding

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* Elections in Film: Is a Campaign For the People—or Against Them?Elections in Film: Is a Campaign For the People—or Against Them?

Time: 6:00 pm

"If It Moves It Can Move You": Opposites in the Cinema, class taught by Ken Kimmelman

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