A Celebration of Spirit - Welcoming GTU’s Community to Experience the Reimagined Hewlett Building on Holy Hill
The Graduate Theological Union (GTU) is pleased to announce a celebration welcoming the GTU community to experience the reimagined Hewlett Building on Holy Hill. This community block party will take place on Saturday, October 14th, from 1-4pm PT, featuring an exciting lineup of events and activities for attendees of all ages, including an official ribbon cutting, food and drink, live music, and a live dance performance.
Join the Celebration!
- 1-1:30 PM: Welcome and Mingle
- 1:30 PM: GTU Presentations
- Welcome from Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jennifer W. Davidson
- Interreligious Prayer
- Remarks from GTU Board of Trustees Chair William Glenn
- Remarks from GTU President Uriah Kim
- 1:50 PM: Official Ribbon Cutting
- 2:00 PM: Live Dance Performance
- 2:15-4:00 PM: Live Music
- Ongoing tours of the Hewlett Building begin after 1:50 PM
- Explore the grand opening of the Doug Adams Gallery
- Food and drinks
- Shaved ice machine
- Live music
- Archival photography slideshow
- Swag table featuring free, fun take-home items
- Alum table
- Kids activities
Located at 2400 Ridge Road in Berkeley, the Hewlett Building is a local landmark and the flagship of GTU, originally designed by renowned architect Louis Kahn. The redesigned Hewlett Building stands as a testament to GTU's commitment to academic excellence and community engagement. Its architectural significance, combined with its rich history, makes it a place of profound importance to the GTU community and the Berkeley area.
We hope to see you there!