Catholic Artistic Imagination
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FALL 2019 PROGRAM
Illustration, Illumination, Imagination in The Saint John's Bible
Wisdom Woman, Donald Jackson, Copyright 2007, The Saint John's Bible, Order of Saint Benedict, Collegeville, Minnesota, USA.
The Saint John's Bible, is a seven-volume handwritten, hand-illuminated, large-format manuscript that blends Christian iconography with Eastern Orthodox, Muslim, Buddhist, and Native American symbols. The Heritage Edition, a life-size reproduction of the original Saint John's Bible, will be on display at Duquesne University in November and December. CCFC is partnering with Gumberg Library to present this unique exhibit as part of the CAI series. Duquesne faculty and staff are invited to a private reception, discussion and hands-on look at this amazing artifact.
Tuesday, Nov. 19
4:15- 5:15 p.m.
Power Center, Ballroom C
Seating is limited.
RSVP by Nov. 13: duq.edu/CAI-TSJB
The Catholic Artistic Imagination Series celebrates the social, communicative, and humanizing power of the arts. This series, launched in 2013, is designed to explore the idea of Catholic artistic imagination through appreciation of art that is informed by Catholic faith as well as by reflection on other art from a Catholic perspective.The series also offers an opportunity to showcase the talents and expertise of faculty with a personal or scholarly interest in the selected subject in a relaxed, cocktail party environment. The series has featured fine art, music, dance, popular culture and socially engaged art and exhibitions.