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The NEW Center for the Arts & Religion at the GTU

From the Fall 2016 issue of Currents, view PDF

By Elizabeth S. Peña

Picturing things, taking a view, is what makes us human; art is making sense and giving shape to that sense. It is like the religious search for God. —Gerhard Richter

NEW Doug Adams Gallery Opens at the GTU

The new Doug Adams Gallery, operated by the Center for the Arts & Religion at the Graduate Theological Union, has its grand opening on Tuesday, September 6, at 5 pm.

CARE: Current Art Exhibit

Thursday, March 3, 2016 (All day) to Sunday, March 27, 2016 (All day)

Crossings/Mojándose: Works by Sandra C. Fernández

On view through May 27, 2016
CARE’s Doug Adams Gallery Regular Gallery Hours
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays | 10am-3pm 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley

CARe Exhibitions at the Doug Adams Gallery

At the Doug Adams Gallery, the GTU's Center for Arts & Religion (CARe) Gallery presents exhibitions that examine themes of religion and spirituality, broadly defined. Three exhibitions a year and related public programming offer opportunities for learning, reflection, and enjoyment for GTU students, and staff, as well as for the wider community.

Doug Adams Gallery
2465 Le Conte Avenue, Berkeley
Regular Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10am-3pm

Artists' Talk with Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 - 5:00pm

Artists’ Talk

Mining the Collection: Finding Meaning in the Mess

In CARE’s Doug Adams Gallery

Guest Speakers: Judith Selby Lang & Richard Lang

Moderator: Lydia Brawner

Featuring a performance by Bob Marsh

Co-sponsored by the Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology

Finding Meaning in the Mess: Artists Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang’s create beauty from discarded beach plastic

"Exploring Icons: From Veneration to Preservation" Panel Discussion

Thursday, March 12, 2015 - 5:00pm

The Center for the Arts, Religion, and Education is hosting this panel discussion.

5:00-7:00pm.     Light refreshments provided.

Panelists include:

·         His Eminence Metropolitan Nikitas, Director, Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute

·         Dr. Rossitza Schroeder, CARE/PSR Assistant Professor of Art & Religion, and Doug Adams Gallery Guest Curator

·         Elisabeth Cornu, Art Conservator

Brown Bag Lunch Series: Invisibility = Death

Friday, March 6, 2015 - 12:00pm

Justin Tannis, Managing Director of the Center for Lesbian & Gay Studies in Religion & Ministry at the Pacific School of Religion, will lead an examination of three HIV+ artists, Juan Gonzalez, Albert Winn, and David Wojnarowicz and the ways in which their work embodies the efforts to make the suffering of those impacted by HIV/AIDS visible.  Doug Adams Gallery, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley, CA 

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