Earl Lectures Series
Be|Art|Now, January 29-31, Pacific School of Religion.
112th Earl Lectures and Leadership Conference
Featuring Michael Franti, Adriene Thorne, Jinho “The Piper” Ferreira, and Tim Holmes
How do we continue to do justice, love kindness, and walk with humility under the weight of a broken world? Consider how the arts provide inspiration and energy to sustain and empower us. Through performances, exhibits, worship space, public arts, and liturgies, step inside revolutionary spaces where arts are transforming the world. Cultivate innovative ways to integrate art into your vocation and spiritual life. Be renewed.
Discuss art and activism with musician Michael Franti, be immersed in art as worship practice with pastor and dancer Adriene Thorne, experience Cops and Robbers, Jinho “The Piper” Ferreira’s theatrical social commentary on race and police violence, and embody the scriptures with Tim Holmes’ Body Psalms. Through arts immersions and workshops with local and national leaders in arts, spirit, and activism, discover the healing and transformative power of creative expression from diverse traditions. Write, draw, sing, see, listen, speak, and dance. Be|Art|Now.
Visit www.psr.edu/beartnow for more information.
(artist/arts non-profit worker, group, student, retired/fixed income discounts available)
Three Bay Area artists—Carol Ladewig, Diane Rosenblum, and Lucky Rapp—exhibit large scale works that utilize grids of color to interpret and communicate external information and data to the viewers—the meaning of which may change depending on the viewers’ own associations with color.
LOSTBOY’s first solo show depicts visceral landscapes of the past, present, and future in mixed media paper and large-scale installations that, collectively, explores the artist’s identity as a queer first generation Korean American.
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