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.
The DOUG ADAMS GALLERY is closed until further notice.
Dear CARe friends,
We have some non-pandemic news to share! Our Dean/Interim President, Dr. Uriah Kim, has been appointed 9th President of the GTU. Dr. Kim has been a long-time CARe supporter, so this is welcome news for CARe and for the GTU. As Dr. Kim leaves behind his role as Dean, Elizabeth has been named Interim Dean. Along with her new responsibilities, Elizabeth will remain Director of CARe, as Lydia steps up to assume a larger role in day-to-day operations.
We are excited to contribute to the GTU in these new ways, while we remain committed to continuing our role as the space for all things arts-related! It has been a strange and uncertain year for all of us, and it will probably continue to be so for some time. We hope to provide you with a place to reflect, enjoy, and engage with the arts and religion, be it online or, someday, back in the Doug Adams Gallery.
Wishing you and your families health and safety,
Dr. Elizabeth Peña, Director
Lydia Webster, Assistant Curator
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