Join the Center for the Arts & Religion for the first brown bag lunch of the semester featuring a presentation on "Babylon, New Jersusalem, and the Brooklyn Bridge: Modern Vastations in American Art" by Meredith Massar, GTU PhD Candidate in Art & Religion, and CARe/GTU Grant Recipient, Spring 2016.
The Center for Arts and Religion would like to invite you to their first Brown Bag Lunch event for Spring 2016. On February 5th from 12-1pm, Yohana Junker, a GTU doctoral student in Art & Religion and Fall 2015 CARE Grant Awardee, will be presenting a talk entitled, "Aspects of Awe, Wonder, and Spirituality in the Landscape Paintings of Georgia O'Keefe."This event is free and open to the public; please bring your lunch and join us!
Justin Tannis, Managing Director of the Center for Lesbian & Gay Studies in Religion & Ministry at the Pacific School of Religion, will lead an examination of three HIV+ artists, Juan Gonzalez, Albert Winn, and David Wojnarowicz and the ways in which their work embodies the efforts to make the suffering of those impacted by HIV/AIDS visible. Doug Adams Gallery, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley, CA