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Doug Adams Gallery
The Center for the Arts & Religion (CARe)
2465 LeConte Avenue, Berkeley
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 10am - 3pm
CARe’s Doug Adams Gallery presents exhibitions that examine themes of religion and spirituality, broadly defined. Three exhibitions each year and related public programming offer opportunities for learning, reflection, and enjoyment for GTU students, faculty, and staff, and for the wider community.
Interested in showing your work at the Doug Adams Gallery? Submit an exhibition proposal.
Pacific School of Religion, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley
The Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology strives to foster a greater understanding of and appreciation for the ancient biblical world through the preservation, research, interpretation, and presentation of artifacts recovered by its founder, William F. Badè, professor of Old Testament literature and Semitic languages at PSR from 1902 until 1936.
Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology, 2301 Vine Street, Berkeley
Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
The Blackfriars Gallery, located in the main gathering area of the classroom building at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, is open to the public and has displayed many fascinating exhibits including the largest collection of biblical movie posters, 18th century liturgical vestments, restored stained glass windows from the Neo-Gothic church of the Abbey of Gethsemani, Islamic calligraphy and paintings, contemporary aboriginal art and more.