LEARNING TO LIKE THE WORLD:
A Class for Young People
Taught by Robert Murphy & Barbara Allen
This workshop for young people between the ages of 5 and 12 teaches that their deepest desire is to know and like the world, and that everything—from a flower to mathematics to their mothers—can be used to like the world. We discuss (for example) Animals, Sports, Food, Imagination, Conversations, Friends, Poetry, Art, Music. Some subjects: Happiness Means You and the World Are a Team!; Books Can Take Your Feelings Everywhere!; Hurray for People—They’ve Got Insides Like Yours!
Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 11 AM
“People Thousands of Years Ago & Now —Are We Like Them? or, What Can We Learn about Ourselves from a Young Person of New Guinea?”
Guest Teacher: Arnold Perey, Anthropologist, Aesthetic Realism Consultant
Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 11 AM
“How Well Do We Listen? or, Do We Want to Like the World through Sound?”
Registration for each class is required.
When: You can register a child anytime from the first day of each month through noon of the Friday before that month’s class.
How: Email Registrar@AestheticRealism.org, or call 212-777-4490.
3rd Saturday of each month, 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM
FACULTY BIOS: Barbara Allen, Robert Murphy
See articles: “Why Young Men Are Bored and Angry” by Robert Murphy, and “Ninth Graders Learn about Opposites in Reality, Literature, and Themselves” by Barbara Allen