Like everyone else during this time of COVID-19 pandemic, The New School has changed direction, and we’re preparing programming for you that will be presented online. More coming soon about that.
In the meantime, check here or our social media pages (Facebook or Instagram) for recommendations for podcasts and videos that satisfy the intellect and bring beauty to the soul.
Finding Meaning and Sitting with Grief
Looking for audio or video content that feeds the soul? Looking to find meaning in and look at the grief that is arising from the suffering in today’s world ?
The New School has been honored to host four conversations with Francis Weller—psychotherapist, writer and soul activist. His community rituals, writings, and words encourage us to tap into the well of community grief about the state of the world, finding strength and meaning.
Living in the Ashes: Communal Grief and the North Bay Fires (2017)
The Wild Edge of Sorrow: Rituals of Renewal and the Sacred Work of Grief (2015)
Beauty, Imagination, and the Life of the Soul (2013)
Entering the Healing Ground: Grief, Ritual, and the Soul of the World (2012)
Take a break from COVID-19-related news and tune into conversation and performances from some of the talented musicians we’ve hosted at The New School.
Quartet San Francisco (2020)
Non-traditional and eclectic string quartet
Holly Near (2016)
Peace Becomes You: Conversation and Song
Suzanne Ciani (2014)
Christine Brandes and Eric Moe (2012)
An Afternoon of Classical Music