Sacred Art and Interreligious Dialogue

Friday, November 13th 2020, 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Online Event, 2400 Ridge Rd Berkeley, CA 94709

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CARe welcomes Dr. Kathryn Barush of the GTU, Dr. Tazim Kassam of Syracuse University, and Dr. Vijaya Nagarajan of the University of San Francisco for a panel discussion exploring the intersection of aesthetics and interreligious dialogue and experience.

This event is run in conjuncture with CARe's Fall online exhibition, Drawing the Soul Toward Truth: Hindu and Muslim Sacred Geometry. This exhibition explores Islamic and Hindu geometric design in their particularities and as a tool of interfaith dialog. The art in Drawing the Soul helps facilitate new thoughts, ideas, and relationships, creating opportunities for inquiry and learning for the benefit of students, spiritual communities, and others. Take a look at this exhibition to learn more about how geometric design is used as an expression of faith, and how geometry has influenced the theology, art, and history of Islam and Hinduism. 

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