Following health guidelines mandating the extension of the "shelter in place" order in Alameda County, the GTU campus will continue to conduct most operations remote through May 31st. Learn more and access the latest, most up-to-date COVID-19 resources, policies, and news for faculty, students, and staff of the GTU here>>

Center for the Arts & Religion (CARe)

The Center for the Arts & Religion (CARe) promotes scholarship, reflection, and practice in the arts and religion to serve the Graduate Theological Union and to benefit the community.

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ANNOUNCING GTU 2020: RESILIENCE & REFLECTION

GTU students, faculty, and staff! We want to highlight your work in our new summer showcase.

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AFTER/LIFE

Rituals for dealing with death and remembrance reflect a wide spread of beliefs. AFTER/LIFE presents two such expressions in the contemporary arts community. The lives of artists Ed Aulerich-Sugai and Mark Mitchell, both affected by HIV/AIDS, reverberated in radical acts of love.

Exhibition Catalogues

Bring an exhibition home with you! We have four beautiful catalogues from past shows for sale, featuring high-quality photographs of artwork and essays by GTU students and faculty.

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Stay up-to-date with what's going on behind-the-scenes at CARe by reading our blog! Our most recent post is by our intern Gino Abrajano, who just returned from a trip to Narita, Japan, amid global uncertainty.

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HIV/AIDS Ministry: Past & Present

Join CARe on Zoom for a panel discussion presented in conjunction with our Spring 2020 exhibition, AFTER/LIFE, which features the work of Ed Aulerich-Sugai and Mark Mitchell. Both of these innovative and inspiring artists were affected by HIV/AIDS, leading to Ed's death in 1994.

Our diverse group...

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5:00pm to 7:00pm