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Ferenc Sebok

Ferenc Sebok

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Angel Millar

Angel Miller

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Peter Fuchs

Peter Fuchs

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A Brotherhood of Rebels

There was an ancient French trade guild (or collective of various guilds) called the Commpagnonage (Companions). According to their myths, a master or maitre Jacques was murdered, either by the disciples of a former employee, Pere Sorbouse, or by Jacques’ own workers — convinced to commit the act by the workers of Sorbouse. The murderers

By |September 6th, 2017|Categories: Contemporary Authors, Masters and Masterpieces, News, News - Front Page|Tags: |Comments Off on A Brotherhood of Rebels

Becoming a Leader: A Brief Guide For Heretics

“Heretics are the new leaders,” says author and entrepreneur Seth Godin. We need to think and act against the grain, drawing a tribe around us or around our new idea, and push forward to overturn the status quo. If Godin’s view is limited it is because, being concerned more with social and commercial movements than

By |September 6th, 2017|Categories: Contemporary Authors, Masters and Masterpieces, News, News - Front Page|Tags: |Comments Off on Becoming a Leader: A Brief Guide For Heretics

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: News, News - Front Page|Tags: , |Comments Off on What are the Masonic Arts?

From the Greek God Apollo to the Festival of Masonic Arts

Apollo is one of the most important of the Olympian deities in classical Greek and Roman mythology. He was the ideal of the athletic youth. Apollo has been variously recognized as a god of music, truth and prophecy, healing, the sun and light, plague, poetry, and more. Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto, and has a twin sister, the chaste huntress Artemis /or

By |August 10th, 2017|Categories: Events, Legends, News, Symbolism|Tags: , |Comments Off on From the Greek God Apollo to the Festival of Masonic Arts

Aquarelles from 1809

In the Aquarelles from 1809 a Master Mason represented the Ceremonies of the meetings of Freemasons for reception of Entered Apprentices and admissions of Master Masons. The Masterpieces were  published by Thomas Palser between 1809 and 1812 in beautiful Album. This Masonic Art work will be presented at the General Exhibition of Apollo Festival -

By |June 30th, 2017|Categories: Masonic History, News, Symbolism, Tracing Boards|Tags: |Comments Off on Aquarelles from 1809

Men At Arms: Mozart’s Masonry and Music-Politics, In Light of Erik Levi’s Mozart And The Nazis

In re: Erik Levi. Mozart and the Nazis: How the Third Reich Abused a Cultural Icon New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010. By Peter Paul Fuchs “Macht gute miene, zum boesen spiel.” -- old German aside Mozart’s fate after death is surely an odd one, if one takes political history and not just musical accomplishment

By |April 11th, 2017|Categories: Contemporary Authors, Masters and Masterpieces, Music, News|Tags: |Comments Off on Men At Arms: Mozart’s Masonry and Music-Politics, In Light of Erik Levi’s Mozart And The Nazis

OPERA’S LIBRETTO

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, News|Comments Off on OPERA’S LIBRETTO