Aesthetic Realism, the philosophy founded by Eli Siegel in 1941, is taught in classes, public seminars and presentations, and individual consultations at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City; as well as by speaking engagements nationwide and telephone consultations. The Chairman of Education, Ellen Reiss, teaches the professional classes for Aesthetic Realism associates and consultants which I attend. This study, alive and scholarly, kind and dynamic, is what I was hoping to find in four universities, all of which had their value, of course.
As I write today I am proud to say that I am a consultant on the Foundation's faculty, teaching Anthropology Is About You and Everyone and the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method workshops for educators--and am an instructor in Aesthetic Realism consultations, which teach a person the aesthetic way of seeing the world and themselves. Links are provided below so you can find out more.