The monthly, Saturday-night series will take place in the heart of New York’s Greenwich Village at the Catholic Center at NYU, and will feature talks by six renowned philosophers, theologians and artists. It is directed to professional artists in all disciplines, students and patrons of the arts, and 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.
Attendance is free but space will be limited. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Thomistic Institute website.
Schedule (all lectures are at 7:30 p.m.):
September 14 - Art For Whose Sake?
Gregory Wolfe, editor, Image Journal
October 12 - The Responsibility of the Artist
Fr. Peter John Cameron, OP, editor, Magnificat
November 16 - Forming the Artist
David Clayton, Thomas More College
December 14 - Beauty and the Real
Alice Ramos, Providence College
January 25 - Love and Artistic Genesis
Anthony Esolen, Providence College
February 15 - Virtue and the Artistic Imagination
Fr. Joseph Koterski, SJ, Fordham University