The Great Dance: How the Cosmos Sings and Moves by Love

by Greg Wilbur June 28, 2015

Jesus upholds the universe by the Word of His power and the center of the cosmos is Love that binds everything together in perfect harmony. The idea of music and dance as formative images appears in the writing of Augustine, Boethius, Dante, Lewis and Charles Williams. Formal dance requires the learning of steps, mutual submission […]

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Arts Augustine Education Lewis Music Theology Worship

Leading For The Common Good

by Michael Lindsay June 29, 2014

Based upon my research of 550 interviews with American CEOs, senior government leaders, and nonprofit executives, this talk explores how a liberal arts approach to leadership helps develop leaders for the common good.

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Arts Leaders Leadership Liberal Arts

Building a Classically-Based Orchestra and Music Program

by B. Sterling Archer June 28, 2014

This seminar will discuss ways to start and develop a successful ensemble (band or orchestra) in a private school setting as well as avoiding common pitfalls.

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Arts Classical Education Music Orchestra

Round Table Conversation: Arts Integration in Classical Education

by Round Table Conversation: Arts Integration in Classical Education June 26, 2014

Designed to facilitate conversation among leading art/music ‘thinkers’ in the classical movement, this seminar will connect educators and administrators to share their best practices and pedagogy for integrating the arts into all subjects.

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Arts Classical Education Educators Music Pedagogy

Introduction to The Trivium

by Christopher Perrin June 9, 2013

It was a return to teaching the Trivium arts (grammar,logic and rhetoric) that started the renewal of classical education nearly 30 years ago. In fact much of the renewal of classical education can be characterized as “Trivium-Based Education.” This seminar is designed for those new to classical education who need to understand the origin, development […]

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Arts Classical Education Grammar Logic Rhetoric

Are We Blind? Visual Culture in the Classical School

by Grant Horner June 30, 2012

What does it mean ‘to look’ and ‘to see’? What is the role of the visual arts in the classical Christian school? Is there a theology of sight, and of looking? Is there a ‘visual/socratic interface’? Is ‘classical art’ the only kind of art we should spend time thinking about? How does our visual cultural […]

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Arts Classical Education Theology