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    Sexuality and the Hidden Self

    Presented by Boston Institute for Psychotherapy and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) at Museum of Fine Arts Boston

    March 16, 2014


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    Sexuality and the Hidden Self

     As Charles Baudelaire stated, “Sexuality is the lyricism of the masses.” Society’s views of sexuality are constantly changing. Spend an afternoon re-examining the ways we think about and engage with sexuality. Richard Schwartz, a renowned therapist, presents the keynote address, followed by presentations by art historian and curator Jonathan D. Katz, and a literary gender-free performance by Jade Sylvan. Join us as we...

     As Charles Baudelaire stated, “Sexuality is the lyricism of the masses.” Society’s views of sexuality are constantly changing. Spend an afternoon re-examining the ways we think about and engage with sexuality. Richard Schwartz, a renowned therapist, presents the keynote address, followed by presentations by art historian and curator Jonathan D. Katz, and a literary gender-free performance by Jade Sylvan. Join us as we explore how art, human relationships, and the written word have changed our views of sexuality.

    PRESENTERS:
    Jonathan David Katz, director, Visual Studies Program, University of Buffalo; curator
    Richard Schwartz, psychologist; founder of the Internal Family Systems Model
    Jade Sylvan, author, Kissing Oscar Wilde; poet; performer

    As Charles Baudelaire stated, “Sexuality is the lyricism of the masses.” Society’s views of sexuality are constantly changing. Spend an afternoon re-examining the ways we think about and engage with sexuality. Richard Schwartz, a renowned therapist, presents the keynote address, followed by presentations by art historian and curator Jonathan D. Katz, and a literary gender-free performance by Jade Sylvan. Join us as we explore how art, human relationships, and the written word have changed our views of sexuality.

    PRESENTERS:
    Jonathan David Katz, director, Visual Studies Program, University of Buffalo; curator
    Richard Schwartz, psychologist; founder of the Internal Family Systems Model
    Jade Sylvan, author, Kissing Oscar Wilde; poet; performer

     

     


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