Symposium: "Exploring Theosophy's Influence on Visual Art and Music", Harrison Museum, Utah State University, 27th April 2014

An international group of scholars led a series of discussions. This event was free to attend and open to the public.

Symposium Schedule

12.30-13.30 - Welcome and Introduction to the exhibition: What is Theosophy? What makes music and visual art Theosophical?

13.30-14.30 - Position paper by James Mansell: What is the relationship between Theosophical thought, Theosophical institutions and individual artistic response?

14.30-15.00 - Coffee break

15.00-16.00 - Position paper by Paul Ivey: Is there a Theosophical aesthetic in twentieth-century visual art and music? If so, how is it defined?

16.00-17.00 - How can twentieth-century visual art and music from the American West bridge Theosophical thought and Theosophical aesthetics?

Event Report Coming Soon!