Supporting a renaissance towards beauty, goodness and truth in art, culture and education.
At its center Problem Library is a perspective and value system of what we wish to see in the world.
Below is a brief list of what we’re working on this fall and ways you can get involved in supporting the work we are doing.
We hope to see you soon.
We are in the beginning stages of collaborating with Lynette Nicole Betancur to transform the vacant space at 238 King Street (the Beacon) into a studio and storefront. After our previous collaboration with Lynette at 536 Davis St, we are excited to provide her an open ended opportunity to create and display new ceramic works.
We are currently planning a few small things for the rest of 2023: a holiday celebration, a retrospective of the work from this year, a follow-on dinner for those who attended TMI, and a new Problem Library website. We will share more details as they become available.
In the meantime, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to schedule a visit or meeting.
Reading and conversation have always been at the heart of our organization. All of our programs began from critical thinking that was informed by brilliant writers and theorists.
While the list is ever changing, below is a selection of writings that are currently fueling our conversations and informing our perspectives about what is needed in the world.
A new reflection on the German Bildung tradition by Jennifer Herdt: Forming Humanity