" Brian Keeble has long been devoted to the promulgation of the traditional arts and his best known book is Art: For Whom and For What? He is the founder of Golgonooza Press and co-founder of Temenos Academy. The Temenos Academy, sponsored by The Prince's Foundation of HRH The Prince of Wales, is a teaching organization dedicated to the same central idea that had inspired the earlier Temenos Review (a journal devoted to the arts of the Imagination). Scholars and teachers, committed to what is now generally known as 'the Perennial Philosophy' were invited to lecture and hold study groups and to teach the ever-growing number of devoted Friends and students.
"Brian Keeble's writing is featured in the following World Wisdom anthologies: "Work and the Sacred" in Every Branch in Me, "Tradition and the Individual" in The Betrayal of Tradition, "Ananda K. Coomaraswamy: Scholar of the Spirit" in The Essential Sophia, and "Are the Crafts an Anachronism?" in Ye Shall Know the Truth.
"In addition, Mr. Keeble edited an anthology, Every Man An Artist, which focuses on the multiple inter-relationships between artists (or craftsmen), their works of arts or crafts, society, and Truth. Brian Keeble's "Introduction" in that volume illustrates his own thinking on the subject of sacred art and tradition, among other topics. Keeble's newest book for World Wisdom, God and Work: Aspects of Art and Tradition, is a compilation of his writings on work, craft, art, and religion."
Resources and articles
- worldwisdom Brian Keeble, organizational web page, accessed May 28, 2013.