Historic and Modern Theories of Arts and Material Culture. Philosophers, connected to the Arts. Hypothesizes about Creativity and the Symbolic Culture. Aesthetic of the Fine Arts and Material Culture.

What are the Masonic Arts?

The Association of Masonic Arts takes a broad yet principled position in relation to what constitutes a Masonic Art. Because the Craft has a distinguished history reaching back to Operative Masonic times, so rich in religious symbolism, quite a bit of artistic imagery fits within the Masonic bailiwick. The AMA considers that many hallowed works

By |August 16th, 2017|Categories: Arts Theory|Tags: , |Comments Off on What are the Masonic Arts?


Like a stage play or a movie, an opera starts with words — thousands of words. An opera’s words are called its libretto, whereas, in a stage play, the words are called the script, and in a movie they’re called the screenplay. Libretto means “little book” in Italian, and that’s precisely what it is; your average libretto is scarcely thicker than a TV

By |March 11th, 2017|Categories: Arts Theory, Music|Comments Off on OPERA’S LIBRETTO

Our new book “The Bull’s Apron”

"The Bull's Apron: The Aesthetic Theory of Masonic Art and Material Culture"   The Author of "The Bull's Apron: The Aesthetic Theory of Masonic Art and Material Culture" - Peter Paul Fuchs - lecture presented at the time of the First World Festival of Masonic Arts in Brasilia, Brazil on 16th of September, 2015  

By |November 14th, 2015|Categories: Arts Theory, Contemporary Authors|Tags: |0 Comments