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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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* Custom & Honest Impulse in the Crow Nation: Lowie’s StudiesCustom & Honest Impulse in the Crow Nation: Lowie’s Studies

Time: 6:00 pm

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

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* Modern, Smart, & Yet Unsure: The Drama in Women about Confidence & Uncertainty Modern, Smart, & Yet Unsure: The Drama in Women about Confidence & Uncertainty

Time: 6:30 pm

Public seminar given by Sally Ross, Marion Fennell, and 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

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* Shakespeare’s 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream'; or, Earthy WhirlShakespeare’s 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream'; or, Earthy Whirl

Time: 2:30 pm

An Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company presentation of Eli Siegel's magnificent 1951 lecture, "Shakespeare’s 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream'; or, Earthy Whirl - with scenes from this wild, immortal comedy--And-- live music performed by Barbara Allen (flute) & Edward Green (harpsichord)

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* A Line of Poetry Truly Liked A Line of Poetry Truly Liked

Time: 6:00 pm

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

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* Papers on the Place of Aesthetics in Anthropology by Students in this ClassPapers on the Place of Aesthetics in Anthropology by Students in this Class

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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* What’s Said & Unsaid in Marriage— How Can We Make Sense of These? What’s Said & Unsaid in Marriage— How Can We Make Sense of These?

Time: 11:00 am

Understanding Marriage!, class open to all women, taught by Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, & others

* Students Discuss Works (powerpoint) – Terrain Gallery Students Discuss Works (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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* What Art Says of the Primal & Subtle In Us--Joint classWhat Art Says of the Primal & Subtle In Us--Joint class

Time: 11:00 am

Two classes given jointly: The Visual Arts & the Opposites, taught by Marcia Rackow, and Anthropology Is about You & Everyone, taught by Arnold Perey, 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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* Money, Love--& How Should We See the World? Money, Love--& How Should We See the World?

Time: 8:00 pm

Dramatic presentation, open to all, featuring "Entertainment Is With The Profit System," a deep and hilarious 1971 lecture by Eli Siegel on Arthur Kober's 1937 hit comedy "Having Wonderful Time" -- with scenes from the play

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* Critical Inquiry: A Workshop in the Visual Arts--CANCELLEDCritical Inquiry: A Workshop in the Visual Arts--CANCELLED

Time: 11:00 am

Works in process by persons engaged in the visual arts looked at and discussed, taught by Dorothy Koppelman. The next class will be Sunday, September 18, from 11 AM to 1 PM.

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* Is Happiness a Poetic Matter? Is Happiness a Poetic Matter?

Time: 6:00 pm

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

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