National Symposium for Classical Education

National Symposium for Classical Education

For the Love of Making: Teaching the Fine Arts

March 23–25, 2022

Phoenix Convention Center (AZ)


The theme of the 2022 Symposium will be the fine arts—from music and dance to painting and sculpture—with a focus on the way students in classical settings learn, not only to understand and appreciate fine art, but to create it themselves. Making (poesis) is the experience which gives shape to the soul. This Symposium will bring together scholars and practitioners to explore how the skills, the masterworks, and the pedagogy all fit together in a seamless tapestry.


Speakers and Workshop Leaders

Dr. Frederick Turner, poet and author

Dr. Carol Reynolds, “Professor Carol”

Andrew Zwerneman, Cana Academy

Mary Frances Loughran, Cana Academy

David Rothman, poet and author

James Matthew Wilson, poet and author

Peter Quigley, University of Hawaii

James Hankins, Harvard University



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