An exhibition of artwork inspired by The Song of Songs, the third and final megilah (scroll) in the Ketuvim, or "Writings," of the Hebrew Bible. With work by artists Hedi Bak, James (Qi) He, and Shirin Khalatbari, this multi-media exhibition explores the long-lasting impact the sensual poetry of the Song continues to exert on contemporary art.
On Thursday, March 10 at 12pm (Pacific) join student Olivia Tabert (Master of Arts in Theological Studies, San Francisco Theological Seminary, University of Redlands) and three other artists for a panel discussion on the intersections of religion, sensuality, and art. Learn more & sign up!
Watch a recording of the exhibition opening celebration, to hear a bit more about the inspiration behind the show, and get a glimpse at how to view the exhibition online.
To view the exhibition on your smartphone, simply scan the QR code below using your phone camera!