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09-17-2003, 08:57 AM
The Foundation for the Advancement of Art
Innovation, Substance, Vision: The Future of Art
October 6th, 2003
The Pierre Hotel in Manhattan

Join art critics, gallery owners, intellectuals, and curators in this major conference, the first ever like it, addressing radical and benevolent change in the arts.

Hear extraordinary speakers from backgrounds in philosophy, vision science, and art come together to focus on the debate between postmodern art and the new movement towards innovative painting and sculpture.

The conference will be held on Monday afternoon at 1:30, October 6th, 2003 followed immediately by a reception.

Speakers: For a more detailed bios go here: www.ArtAdvancement.org/people.htm

Michael Newberry, is the Director of the Foundation, an aesthetic critic, and an artist who expresses the human ideal through unique light and color schemes.

Stephen Hicks, is a philosopher with wide-ranging insights from Postmodernism to business and medical ethics. Here he will offer his fresh perspectives on the philosophy of art.

Martine Vaugel, “Passionist” sculptor, has pushed the boundaries of expression in figurative sculpture for decades; she will show how she does this through her innovative methodologies.

Jan Koenderink, is one of the most prestigious scholars working the field of understanding human vision. He will relate the importance of painting to his researches.

David Kelley, his thought runs the spectrum from his startling insights on human perception and reason to the furthest applications of ethics and politics. He will outline the importance of benevolence to human and artistic creativity.

The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization.

To get information on attending please visit the Foundation's web site, or email [email protected], or call:

The Foundation for the Advancement of Art
1332 Monterey Blvd. NE
St. Petersburg, Florida 33704

Contact: Michael Newberry, Director