Arts Weekend in New York City
Jul
10
to Jul 11

Arts Weekend in New York City

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Regent College, in cooperation with the Fujimura Institute, is hosting an Arts Weekend in New York City on July 10–11, 2015.

This is an opportunity to grow in your appreciation of how Christian faith interacts with visual art. Experience the "Discovering Japanese Art" exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art guided by Mako Fujimura, an internationally renowned artist and scholar with unparalleled knowledge of Japanese art. Presentations by Jeff Greenman and Phil Long will provide additional biblical and theological reflection on Christian engagement with the arts.

You can expect an extraordinarily rich weekend of dialogue and learning in a relaxed setting around museum visits, shared meals, and engaging presentations.

Cost: $200 per person. Includes Friday and Saturday receptions, Friday dinner, lectures and discussions, museum admission, and interactive tour with Mako Fujimura.

Accommodations and Transportation: Participants are responsible for their own accommodations and transportation.

Registration: We have only 25 spaces available. Register early.

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Culture Care Day
Jun
24
1:00pm 1:00pm

Culture Care Day

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Join friends of the International Arts Movement and the Fujimura Institute for an evening of lectures and performances exploring Culture Care.

IAM founder Mako Fujimura (author, Culture Care) will host an afternoon discussion with Dr. Esther Meek (philosopher and Fujimura Institute Fellow) and Dr. Peter Candler (author and Fujimura Institute Fellow) and Marly Youmans (poet/author). The evening benefit concert will feature Danielson & The Nine-Fruit Tree, MAE, Andrew Nemr with Max Z, Ruth Naomi Floyd, Marly Youmans, Ron Witzke, and whitelotus.

All registrants will be entered to a drawing to win Makoto Fujimura's Ki-seki poster (a $30 value)! Proceeds from the event will benefit International Arts Movement’s ongoing effort toward Culture Care.

Concurrently, Cairn University’s Connie A. Eastburn Gallery will host a three person exhibit of works by Makoto Fujimura, Ruth Naomi Floyd, and Ted Lyddon Hatten. The exhibit is curated by White Stone Gallery of Philadelphia and will be on display June 1 – August 31. The gallery is free to the public.

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