Sports Tell Us the World Can Be Honestly Liked!

In this Learning to Like the World class, taught by flutist Barbara Allen & author Robert Murphy, they'll discuss and demonstrate with the children these illuminating sentences by Ellen Reiss: "Mr. Siegel explained that baseball represents an orderly world--more orderly than one's life often feels to oneself. For example, there is that diamond, so symmetrical and unchanging, with its four bases. There is not suddenly a fifth base in the third inning, nor do people start running in a triangle in the fourth. Yet baseball is beautiful because its order can suddenly be at one with wonderful chaos."

When: Saturday, April 20, 11am-12:15pm
Where: Aesthetic Realism Foundation, 141 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012
Ages: 5-12
Cost: $8.00
For more information: http://www.AestheticRealism.org or call (212)777-4490

Category: Classes for Kids

2019-04-20 2019-04-20 America/New_York Sports Tell Us the World Can Be Honestly Liked! In this Learning to Like the World class, taught by flutist Barbara Allen & author Robert Murphy, they'll discuss and demonstrate with the children these illuminating sentences by Ellen Reiss: "Mr. Siegel explained that baseball represents an orderly world--more orderly than one's life often feels to oneself. For example, there is that diamond, so symmetrical and unchanging, with its four bases. There is not suddenly a fifth base in the third inning, nor do people start running in a triangle in the fourth. Yet baseball is beautiful because its order can suddenly be at one with wonderful chaos." Aesthetic Realism Foundation

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