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We're excited to announce our Fall exhibition, Drawing the Soul Toward Truth: Hindu and Muslim Sacred Geometry, opening next Thursday, September 10!
Guest curated by GTU PhD Student Rachelle Syed, this online exhibition showcases the work of Hindu and Muslim artists from around the world.
Please join us at 3PM on Thursday, September 10 on Zoom for an opening celebration! Hear from the curator, get a tour of the exhibition, and meet some of the artists on display!
To join in, please RSVP to email@example.com, and we'll give you the Zoom link.
Drawing the Soul toward Truth explores Islamic and Hindu geometric design in their particularities and as a tool of interfaith dialog. The art in this show can facilitate new thoughts, ideas, and relationships, creating opportunities for inquiry and learning for the benefit of students, spiritual communities, and others. This online exhibition features geometric design as an expression of faith and its use in the theology, art, and history of Islam and Hinduism. This includes geometry as a tool of representation of divinity, divine communion, or unlocking the language of creation.
In partnership with the Center for Islamic Studies and the Mira and Ajay Shingal Center for Dharma Studies.
This event is online only