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Lecture: The World of The Different Good Intentions

June 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

This class is part of a course titled "PHILOSOPHY, AESTHETICS, AND DRAFTSMANSHIP"
It's taught by Elliott Wall, artist and philosopher.

• Class Introduction: Does something have to be deliberate to be Good, and what are the criteria we might use to answer this? What can we do to advance the cause of constructive criticism? Who gets to decide what is Art?

• Course introduction: Aesthetics, Philosophy, and Draftsmanship explores several visual and kinesthetic mediums as a means of self-discovery. This is a five-part lecture series about the terms and assumptions one might use in thinking about art and life. This course will include drawing exercises and discussion, and students are encouraged to as present an end-of-term final project for exhibition at The People’s Stage.

• Course syllabus:

• Elliott Wall is a painter and philosopher of art who studied studio art at The University of Memphis, and linguistics and Russian language studies at Portland State University. He has taught English and computer skills to refugee and immigrants, as well as for an electronics and robotics after-school program, and is currently finalizing the curriculum for a philosophy and ethics curriculum for ages 8-12, the course for which will begin in March 2018. His work can be viewed at

• Guidelines for Participation:


June 4
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


ENSO Winery
1416 Southeast Stark Street
Portland, US
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