Religions Come Alive at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

By Michaela Eskew, Ph.D. student in Art and Religion at the Graduate Theological Union. Michaela comes to Berkeley with a Masters of Divinity and Masters of Arts in Christian Education from Princeton Theological Seminary. She is passionate about the intersection of theology and the arts and its purpose in spiritual creation and contemplation. Last Spring, I… Read More Religions Come Alive at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

The Power of Black Experience in Alvin Ailey’s “Revelations”

By Dr. Michelle T. Summers and Susan Garcia Hakes As part of the Dance and Religion course taught by Dr. Michelle Summers in Spring 2018, students had the opportunity to attend a performance by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre at Cal Performances on April 12. Thanks to an Arts Enrichment Grant from CARe, the class… Read More The Power of Black Experience in Alvin Ailey’s “Revelations”