The nature of beauty, and whether it’s objective or subjective, is the subject of timeless philosophical debate. Do perceptions of beauty vary culturally and generationally, or are they determined by something more ancient within us? Should beauty be the goal of art, or is conveying a particular emotion between artist and audience more critical? And turning to the mirror, how might we better understand our often fraught relationship to self-perception, especially in the age of social media? We've pulled together sessions that examine the notion of beauty in its many forms, celebrate the innumerable ways it moves us, and find constructive approaches when it might be harmful.