Public Education Opportunities at
The Center For The Arts, Religion & Education
The Center for the Arts, Religion, and Educations mission is to encourage and develop programs, interrelationships, and scholarship reflecting the interface of religion and the arts. Along with a graduate curricula, CARE has developed several facets of public education offerings, such as
- panel discussions
We welcome your interest and invite you to learn more about the events listed below. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have additional inquiries about any upcoming event or information about an event you feel would be of interest to our community.
The Doug Adams Gallery and Badè Museum will be closed November 28th and 29th for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We apologize for any inconvenience.
EVENT DETAILS: Fall 2013
Please note: all events are held in the Doug Adams Gallery unless otherwise specified.
Sunday, October 27th
Modern Divine panel discussion at Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco
Explore the themes of art and spirituality in Beyond Belief: 100 Years of the Spiritual in Modern Art. Panel moderated by Riess Potterveld, Acting President, Graduate Theological Union (GTU); panelists include GTU’s Devin Zuber, Assistant Professor for American Studies, Literature, and Swedenborgian Studies; Deena Aranoff, Assistant Professor for Jewish Studies; and Munir Jiwa, Director and Associate Professor, Center for Islamic Studies.
Pacific School of Religion’s Office of Field Education and Contextual Learning is offering a group outing to visit the exhibition and attend the panel. For more information email Contexted@psr.edu
Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Thursday, November 7th
Panel Discussion: A Common Thread: Spiritual Narrative and the Textile Medium
Doug Adams Gallery
Please join us for an evening of interfaith discussion and reflection centered on our current exhibition, Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory. We have invited three panelists who will bring their expertise on Islamic studies and Anthropology to the discussion. This program is free and open to the public.
Carol Bier - Visiting Scholar, Center for Islamic Studies, Graduate Theological Union
Lynn Meisch - Chair of Anthropology Department, Saint Mary’s College of California
Mari Lyn Salvador - Director, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
Thursday, November 14th
Recuperations of Andalusi Music
Doug Adams Gallery
Our current exhibition, Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory, integrates tactile elements within fiber arts pieces, written in Arabic, Hebrew, Greek and English calligraphy, which also echoes the architecture of medieval Andalusia. Speaker Charles Hirschkind will explore the parallel themes between Laurie Wohl's work and the recuperations of Andalusi Music. This program is free and open to the public.
Charles Hirschkind - Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology Director, Program in Religious Studies, University of California, Berkeley