“Theology and the Arts” Series

Theology on Tap will be serving challenging ideas from phenomenal speakers to people in their twenties and thirties. This will be one of the best gatherings of young adults in all of Boston – an event not to be missed! Our first series will be on THEOLOGY AND THE ARTS.

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Faith Through an Artist’s Eyes
May 27, 2003  

Speaker: Mr. Bruce Herman

Bruce Herman is a painter living and working in Gloucester, Massachusetts. He is currently Professor of Art at Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts, where he serves as Chairman of the Visual Arts department and is Director of The Gallery at Barrington Center for the Arts. Professor Herman lectures widely and has had work published in many books, journals, and popular magazines. His artwork has been exhibited in over 50 exhibitions in eleven major cities including Boston, New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, St. Paul, and Phoenix. His work has been shown in five different countries, including England, Italy, Russia, Canada, and Israel.

The Action of the Incarnation: Christianity by Means of the Arts
June 3, 2003  

Speaker: Mr. James Zingarelli

James Zingarelli is a sculptor and poet residing in Amesbury, Massachusetts. He is a member of the fine arts faculty at Gordon College, Wenham, Massachusetts and also teaches in The Orvieto Semester Program in Orvieto, Italy. Mr. Zingarelli is a graduate of Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, N.Y.) and Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut). He received a Project SOAR Research Grant toward the publication of his book, Taken to Task, his first full-length published collection of poetry.


Why Christians Should Collect Art: An Artist and Her Collection
June 10, 2003  

Speaker: Ms. Sandra Bowden

Sandra Bowden’s work is found in collections throughout North America, Europe and Israel. Most recently her work was part of the exhibition “Art As Prayer: Jewish and Christian Presence in Contemporary Art” at the Tryon Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, NC. She is the president of Christians in the Visual Arts.

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