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Center for the Arts & Religion (CARe)


ANNOUNCING new CARe Research Scholarships available to PhD Students in the Arts & Religion.

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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Art Window

While the Doug Adams Gallery is out of use, we are using the Doug Adams Gallery's beautiful ground floor window to highlight some of the Bay Area's talented artists!

Drawing the Soul Toward Truth

Around the world, faith traditions explore mathematical patterns in pursuit of truth and knowledge. This is sacred geometry. GTU PhD Student Rachelle Syed's exhibition features Hindu and Muslim artists from around the world.


In Spring 2021, CARe will continue to offer an array of online workshops covering a wide variety of themes in the arts and religion.

Courses and Degree Programs

The GTU offers a variety of courses and opportunity in the concentration of Arts & Religion, as part of the Department of Historical and Cultural Studies of Religion.


Art & Religion students in Doctoral programs are eligible for a range of generous financial aid packages and fellowships.


CARe is pleased to offer grants (up to $2,000) to GTU students and faculty in support of projects that center on religion & the arts.

About CARe

CARe aspires to be the arts center of the Graduate Theological Union, providing and coordinating opportunities in the visual arts, dance, theater, music, and literature for students, faculty, staff, and the community.

Art and Religion at the GTU

The Art and Religion concentration at the GTU is a robust area of study, with core doctoral faculty at the GTU, supported by additional faculty with expertise in aesthetics and the arts across the GTU consortium.

CARe People

CARe is made up of lots of fantastic people. We have our core staff members, as well as Art & Religion Faculty, Consortial faculty, and of course - our fabulous students!


Bay Area artists

who have shown their work in Art Window



offered in Spring 2021, covering a wide variety of themes in the arts and religion.

$ 100

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