In this online event, Dr. Elizabeth S. Peña, Director of the Center for the Arts & Religion at the GTU, presents her perspective on these days of uncertainty. You can find both a video reflection and blog from her on our website after noon PST on May 8, 2020.
Prayer-tivity: Unleashing the power of your creative process in understanding, experiencing, and practicing prayer
When you pray, what do you experience? Would you like to go deeper, stronger, wider? Would you like the words to sing, to dance, to spring off the page in iridescent form? Those of us who pray often do so within a certain established context, with traditional words that are familiar and comforting, and can perhaps become a...
Join us for a lunchtime event on Hindu devotional, or bhakti, music, featuring a lecture by Dr. Graham Schweig in the Doug Adams Gallery and followed by vocals and musical performance by Stefan Andre Waligur, and special guest Karnamrita Dasi. Lunch to follow.
"My role as assistant curator at the GTU’s Center for the Arts & Religion (CARe) and Doug Adams Gallery has given me the opportunity to combine my two professional interests: academic museums and the study of religion. This job has been an incredible learning opportunity for me in more ways than I anticipated."