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.

DOUG ADAMS GALLERY 

T, W, Th | 10am-3pm & Second Sundays | 1-4pm

2465 LeConte Avenue, Berkeley CA

AFTER/LIFE opens Thursday, February 13!

THE GALLERY WILL BE CLOSED DECEMBER 13, 2019 - FEBRUARY 13, 2020

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.

Asian Art and Religion Postdoc

New position! CARe is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship in East Asian Art and Religion. This 2-year teaching and curatorial appointment is open to junior scholars who will contribute to and benefit from a residency in the GTU’s interreligious and interdisciplinary community.

CARe Package

Stay up-to-date with what's going on behind-the-scenes at CARe by reading our blog! Recently, we went on a trip to visit our friends at the DeYoung and San Francisco State.

350

gallery visitors

who've seen one of our exhibitions over the current academic year

44

blog posts

featuring interviews, reflections and writings from the GTU community and beyond

$ 100

join care!

Receive free admission to national museums, exhibition catalogs, and invitations to exclusive members-only events

FIND US!

The Doug Adams Gallery is free & open to the public!

Transit: 0.3 mile walk from Downtown Berkeley BART station.

510.649.2470

All press inquiries should be emailed to care@gtu.edu

 

Third Thursdays at BAMPFA

Every Third Thursday of the month, gather in the lobby of the Berkeley Art Museum and Film Archive to receive complimentary museum admission and to hear a short talk on a current exhibition or piece of art by GTU faculty, students, and friends.

February's talk is given by Rev. Monica Joy Cross (...

The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
4:30pm

Third Thursdays at BAMPFA with Monica Cross

Every Third Thursday of the month, gather in the lobby of the Berkeley Art Museum and Film Archive to receive complimentary museum admission and to hear a short talk on a current exhibition or piece of art by GTU faculty, students, and friends.

February's talk is given by Rev. Monica Joy Cross (...

5:00pm to 5:30pm

Brown Bag Lunch with Matthew Hartman

CARe's Brown Bag Lunch Series features presentations by recent CARe/GTU grant recipients, students, faculty, and staff. These are informal presentations, so please bring your sack lunch! Free & open to the public.

Our March talk will be given by 2019 Spring CARe Grant recipient Matthew Hartman (...

Doug Adams Gallery
12:00pm to 1:00pm