Fall 2021 Workshops
CARe Workshops (Fall 2021)
In Fall 2021, CARe will offer two online arts and religion workshops. Each topic is covered by two 2-hour-long workshops. Open to students and community members alike, each workshop pair carries a $100 fee. CARe workshops are open to all - no experience in either of the fields necessary!
GTU students, please note that these are not credit-earning workshops.
Poetry as a Spiritual Technology | Instructed by Rev. Nate Klug
Saturday, October 9 & Saturday, October 16 | 10am-12pm (PT)
The Power of the Center: Pictorial Space as Dynamic Force | Instructed by Louise Victor
Saturday, November 6 & Sunday, November 7 | 1-2pm (PT)
Rev. Nate Klug (Poetry as a Spiritual Technology) is a poet, translator, and essayist. He is the author of Rude Woods, a modern translation of Virgil's Eclogues (The Song Cave, 2013), Anyone, a book of poems (The University of Chicago Press, 2015), and the forthcoming Hosts and Guests (Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, 2020).
His writing has been supported by fellowships from the James Merrill House, the MacDowell Colony, and the Poetry Foundation. He lives and works in the Bay Area of California.
Louise Victor (The Power of the Center: Pictorial Space as Dynamic Force) was born in Elmwood Park, Illinois. She has been a practicing artist for over 35 years, and has worked and instructed in most visual media, including printmaking, photography, installation, encaustic, sculpture and primarily painting. Studying at Northern Illinois University under such artists as David Driesbach and Nelson Stevens, she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, continuing on to Graduate School for her MFA at the University of Minnesota. She has had solo shows in Illinois, California, Colorado and Oregon, and has participated in group shows in throughout the United States.