Outreach


Aesthetic Realism

OUTREACH

The Foundation’s very successful Outreach Program, loved throughout a wide area, includes speakers, classes, talks, performances, workshops, for people of all ages on a great range of subjects:

♦   ART ♦   HOUSING: A RIGHT
♦   ARCHITECTURE ♦   PREJUDICE & RACISM
♦   BULLYING ♦   SENIORS
♦   EDUCATION ♦   THEATRE COMPANY
♦   FILM ♦   YOUNG PEOPLE
The People of Clarendon County at Harlem School for the Arts: Ruby Dee, Alice Bernstein, and students "Rhapsody," a painting by Hans Hofmann discussed in Terrain Gallery Art Talk series Anne Fielding & Jeffrey Carduner: Workshops at Senior Centers Scene from "School for Scandal" at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City Native American riders silhoutted along a Western ridge. A still photograph from the film, created by Ken Kimmelman, of the poem "Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana" by Eli Siegel, founder of Aesthetic Realism After School Children's Workshop -- "Learning to Like the World" -- taught by Barbara Allen & Robert Murphy, Aesthetic Realism consultants, New York City

To arrange for a speaker or presentation at your school or organization, contact: Devorah Tarrow, Outreach Coordinator, 212.777.4490.

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