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Founder of the internet sensation PostSecret, Frank Warren is known as “the most trusted stranger in America.” During this special event, he will share the most extraordinary secrets from his archive of over 1 million postcards. Join us for an exploration into our shared stories; the soulful, silly, and sexual; revealing fears, heartbreak, endearing sentiments, and desires. He treats secrets with dignity in a non-judgmental way, as they are issues, he feels, we struggle with every day and can teach us about empathy and our shared humanity. During the event, you will be able to tell your secret live from the microphone. Witness how our secrets can be a freeing and transformational experience.
An Evening Lecture
Monday, June 17, 2019, 7:00 pm
$39 (Members & Nonmembers)
Students with Current School ID $25
Location: Marble Collegiate Church, 1 West 29th
Street at the corner of 29th Street and Fifth Avenue
To receive the student discount please call 212-219-2527 Ext. 2
Frank Warren was featured on The CBS Sunday Morning Show on April 28th. Click here to view and read a transcript of the interview.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/4gh6hZcaRiQ Click here to view Frank Warren’s TED Talk Half a Million Secrets
“One of the biggest, brightest and most influential people on the internet.” – Forbes Magazine
“Frank Warren brings tears of empathy to the SXSW Conference crowd during his keynote address.” – CNET
“The 1 Ted Talk that holds the Key to Public Speaking Genius. “ – As featured in Inc. Magazine
*Featured image by Robert Fogarty
Marble Collegiate Church
Frank Warren’s PostSecret is an ongoing community mail art project, created in 2005, in which people mail their secrets anonymously on a postcard. Selected secrets are then posted on the website, or used for books or museum exhibits. His blog has over 770 million hits, and popular TED Talks. He has been featured in the New York Times, on CNN, and BBC, and is the author of six New York Times #1 bestsellers including PostSecret. Postsecret has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for National Suicide Prevention.