Every week, First Things receives press releases about events that our readers might find of interest. In the past, weve uploaded individual posts about some of these events, but we’ve decided to consolidate this information into one post every Friday. So check back each Friday for notices about more exciting events. In the meantime, enjoy these fine offerings:
International Arts Forum 2013
Friday—Sunday, November 1—3
New York, New York: World Youth Alliance is hosting a forum co-sponsored by First Things on the “relationship between art and beauty.” The weekend program includes lectures, music, and an art show. Register here .
Art Opening at First Things
Tuesday, November 5
New York, New York: Our New York office invites you to We Followed the Red Herring for 10,000 Miles, an art opening with work by Kate Mangold, an artist living and working in Brooklyn. RSVP here .
Sexuality, Integrity, and the University 2013
Friday—Saturday, November 8—9
Princeton, New Jersey: Love and Fidelity Network will host Sexuality, Integrity, and the University 2013, “an annual conference that seeks to provide young leaders with the tools and resources they need to promote a culture of sexual integrity in their communities.” Register here.
Thomas Aquinas and Philosophical Realism
Saturday, November 9
New York, New York: The Thomistic Institute will put on a symposium, “Thomas Aquinas and Philosophical Realism,” at the NYU Catholic Center. Speakers include James Brent, Candace Vogler, Edward Feser, and John Haldane. Visit here for more information.
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