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Campus Events Calendar

Thursday, June 20, 2019, 10am – 4pm

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

The exhibit explores the Theosophical community of Lomaland, which flourished on Point Loma, San Diego from 1898 until 1942. A contemplative, intentional community, Lomaland was an experiment to make Theosophy “intensely practical,” according to its founder and spiritual leader, Katherine Tingley. Inspired by the ideals found in late 19th century Theosophy and the New England Transcendentalism of her childhood, Tingley’s charismatic personality and vision drew together participants from more than twenty countries. She established the ‘School for the Revival of the Lost Mysteries of Antiquity’ and the ‘Raja Yoga School’ for children, which embraced dramatic productions, music, art, and literature. Reaching its peak of nearly 500 residents by 1920, Lomaland developed into a vibrant community based on Universalist ethics and altruistic ideals, and became the cultural and educational hub of a growing San Diego.

Campus LocationLibrary/Information Access
Room: LA4410
Event Type: Exhibits
Contact Name: Robert Ray
Contact Emailrobert.ray@sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: x44303
More infolibrary.sdsu.edu…
Friday, June 21, 2019, 10am – 4pm

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

The exhibit explores the Theosophical community of Lomaland, which flourished on Point Loma, San Diego from 1898 until 1942. A contemplative, intentional community, Lomaland was an experiment to make Theosophy “intensely practical,” according to its founder and spiritual leader, Katherine Tingley. Inspired by the ideals found in late 19th century Theosophy and the New England Transcendentalism of her childhood, Tingley’s charismatic personality and vision drew together participants from more than twenty countries. She established the ‘School for the Revival of the Lost Mysteries of Antiquity’ and the ‘Raja Yoga School’ for children, which embraced dramatic productions, music, art, and literature. Reaching its peak of nearly 500 residents by 1920, Lomaland developed into a vibrant community based on Universalist ethics and altruistic ideals, and became the cultural and educational hub of a growing San Diego.

Campus LocationLibrary/Information Access
Room: LA4410
Event Type: Exhibits
Contact Name: Robert Ray
Contact Emailrobert.ray@sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: x44303
More infolibrary.sdsu.edu…
Monday, June 24, 2019, 10am – 4pm

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

The exhibit explores the Theosophical community of Lomaland, which flourished on Point Loma, San Diego from 1898 until 1942. A contemplative, intentional community, Lomaland was an experiment to make Theosophy “intensely practical,” according to its founder and spiritual leader, Katherine Tingley. Inspired by the ideals found in late 19th century Theosophy and the New England Transcendentalism of her childhood, Tingley’s charismatic personality and vision drew together participants from more than twenty countries. She established the ‘School for the Revival of the Lost Mysteries of Antiquity’ and the ‘Raja Yoga School’ for children, which embraced dramatic productions, music, art, and literature. Reaching its peak of nearly 500 residents by 1920, Lomaland developed into a vibrant community based on Universalist ethics and altruistic ideals, and became the cultural and educational hub of a growing San Diego.

Campus LocationLibrary/Information Access
Room: LA4410
Event Type: Exhibits
Contact Name: Robert Ray
Contact Emailrobert.ray@sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: x44303
More infolibrary.sdsu.edu…
Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 10am – 4pm

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

The exhibit explores the Theosophical community of Lomaland, which flourished on Point Loma, San Diego from 1898 until 1942. A contemplative, intentional community, Lomaland was an experiment to make Theosophy “intensely practical,” according to its founder and spiritual leader, Katherine Tingley. Inspired by the ideals found in late 19th century Theosophy and the New England Transcendentalism of her childhood, Tingley’s charismatic personality and vision drew together participants from more than twenty countries. She established the ‘School for the Revival of the Lost Mysteries of Antiquity’ and the ‘Raja Yoga School’ for children, which embraced dramatic productions, music, art, and literature. Reaching its peak of nearly 500 residents by 1920, Lomaland developed into a vibrant community based on Universalist ethics and altruistic ideals, and became the cultural and educational hub of a growing San Diego.

Campus LocationLibrary/Information Access
Room: LA4410
Event Type: Exhibits
Contact Name: Robert Ray
Contact Emailrobert.ray@sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: x44303
More infolibrary.sdsu.edu…
Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 10am – 4pm

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

The exhibit explores the Theosophical community of Lomaland, which flourished on Point Loma, San Diego from 1898 until 1942. A contemplative, intentional community, Lomaland was an experiment to make Theosophy “intensely practical,” according to its founder and spiritual leader, Katherine Tingley. Inspired by the ideals found in late 19th century Theosophy and the New England Transcendentalism of her childhood, Tingley’s charismatic personality and vision drew together participants from more than twenty countries. She established the ‘School for the Revival of the Lost Mysteries of Antiquity’ and the ‘Raja Yoga School’ for children, which embraced dramatic productions, music, art, and literature. Reaching its peak of nearly 500 residents by 1920, Lomaland developed into a vibrant community based on Universalist ethics and altruistic ideals, and became the cultural and educational hub of a growing San Diego.

Campus LocationLibrary/Information Access
Room: LA4410
Event Type: Exhibits
Contact Name: Robert Ray
Contact Emailrobert.ray@sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: x44303
More infolibrary.sdsu.edu…
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