Moderator: Dr. Moylan C. Mills, professor emeritus of integrative arts
Reception for this international art project involves 8 artists both from the United States and Cuba along with four student artists. The final collaborative works illustrate how the experience of collaboration changed viewpoints, exposed metaphoric boundaries and identities and opened a richness of shared experience between the artists physical and artistic juxtapositions.
Abington Christian Fellowship is hosting another service that will be open to the entire campus. There will be food and music provided by Rob Paoletti, the worship pastor at Calvary Chapel of Philadelphia.
Free for students!
Discussion featuring Dr. Karen Halnon, author of the new book The Consumption of Inequality: Weapons of Mass Distraction
Free admission. Open to faculty, staff and students.
Presented by the American Association of University Women