Geometry in the Sacred Architecture of Melbourne | Part II | St Paul’s Cathedral

Study tour | 3pm – 4.30 pm, Saturday 16 March | St Paul’s Cathedral, Flinders Street Melbourne | Tour numbers limited: RSVP essential for attendance | UPDATE: pictures from the tour |

Dynamic pentagrams, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne

For the Summer Term break-up, Arthur Andronas will guide us through the sacred geometry of St Paul’s Cathedral.

Two years ago, on our first Melbourne Sacred Geometry Study Tour, there was so much to see at St Patrick’s Cathedral (see here and here) that we never made it to St Paul’s. On this tour Arthur with share the special knowledge of the Cathedral that he has aquired through the restoration process.

Family and friends are welcome. RSVP essential for attendance.

Spring Term bookings now open

For the Spring Term, we are travelling to Greece for a study tour of Platonic sites (3-12 Oct 2023).

Late bookings for this tour will still be accepted at least until the end of August. All are welcome, even those who have never studied with us. And, as we are exiting from Athens (not Melbourne), participants can join us in Athens from anywhere else in the world. [BOOKINGS CLOSED]

For those who can’t make it to Greece, we have The Socratic turn in Plato’s Phaedo: an introduction to classical philosophy [BOOKED OUT]. This entirely new course starting Tuesday 5 September 2023 is a collaboration with ISP taught by Martin Black.

Autumn term starting soon

Places are still available for evening classes starting the week of Monday 17 April 2023.

Image credit: Gosta Lindwall
Atlantis according to the description in Plato’s Critias (as depicted by the artist Gosta Lindwall)

And remember to book soon for our study tour of Greece: