TUES. FEB. 26 @ 7 // STEPHANIE CARDON

Visual Artist Stephanie Cardon will be speaking to us about her recent public artwork titled Unless, a dramatic floor-to-ceiling installation that hung in the entrance to the landmark Prudential Center. Cardon used orange construction debris netting, made by many hands from the Boston community and embroidered with text from Pope Francis’ 2015 Encyclical on Climate Change: Laudato Si’: On Care … More TUES. FEB. 26 @ 7 // STEPHANIE CARDON

Tuesday Mar.8 @ 7p // Del Case // WARNING: This Music is NOT Meant for Church!

Boston Theology on Tap returns on Tuesday 8 March 2016 when, in our annual partnership w/ St. Chrysostom’s in Quincy, we present an evening with composer, conductor, educator, scholar, and performer Del Case! WARNING: This Music is NOT meant for Church! Boston-based composer Delvyn (Del) Case joins us to discuss his catalog of sacred concert music: compositions in the contemporary … More Tuesday Mar.8 @ 7p // Del Case // WARNING: This Music is NOT Meant for Church!

“What’s in a Painting? Vincent van Gogh as Theologian with a Brush”

Join us at 7 p.m. on Tuesday night for the final talk in our series, “Reflections on the Image: Seeing Christ in Shadows of the ArtForm” at the Rattlesnake Bar and Grill with the presentation beginning at 7:30 p.m.  We’ll see you there! Tuesday, October 8, 2013 “What’s in a Painting? Vincent van Gogh as Theologian with a Brush” Dr. … More “What’s in a Painting? Vincent van Gogh as Theologian with a Brush”