The pinnacle of our 2016-17 season is our first-ever all-day conference (above), about which we are tremendously excited! We are also working on a conference for fall 2017, to be announced soon.
Between now and then, we have a new addition for the 2016-17 season. Pub Nights are held at Downtown Fine Spirits and Wines, off of Colorado and Wasatch. With this more communal format, we will be able to meet more often, hear from more speakers and musicians, and build community as we deepen relationships and explore truth, beauty, and deep questions together (over food and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks!). Content varies; speakers, musicians, storytellers and poets, discussions, visual art shows, and more. (Who should we feature at an upcoming pub night? Let us know! )
Join us at 7:00 on Saturday, June 15 to explore the first section of Putting Art (Back) In Its Place by John Skillen: The Architecture of Place.
The Anselm Society is launching a monthly book club! Come join us at 7:00 on Saturday, June 1 to explore the introduction of Putting Art (Back) In Its Place by John Skillen.
Our annual tradition...a high-energy evening of Irish tales, poems, songs, and of course food, beer, and whisky!
Defy winter’s darkness with us—we can promise warmth, cheer, and remarkable music.
The annual holiday gathering of the Anselm community, featuring loud singing of Christmas carols, original Advent and Christmas works by local artists, and ridiculous Christmas food and drink.
Taste several of history's most famous and unique libations, and enjoy selections from some of the wittiest drinkers (we mean thinkers!) to ever put pen to page.
Andrew Lazo will headline a magical evening at Glen Eyrie castle on one of C.S. Lewis’s most profound works of fiction.
An evening of tunes and tales with Canadian singer/songwriter (and frequent Malcolm Guite collaborator) Steve Bell.