Mediating between worlds: Shamanic Practice in Hagit Cohen’s Work

Shamanism, the practice of mediating between the physical and the nonphysical worlds to bring about positive change, is present throughout Hagit Cohen’s work. Much of her art contains references to the belief that all matter is animated and holds power. This understanding of the natural world was cultivated by Hagit through her studies with a Shaman over… Read More Mediating between worlds: Shamanic Practice in Hagit Cohen’s Work

Where are they now? Updates from Paul Roorda, Icons & Artifacts (2014)

“Where are they now?” is a new series, following the recent work of artists who have been displayed in the Doug Adams Gallery over the years. This is the forth post in the series. New posts are published every Friday morning! Paul Roorda was the first artist with whom the CARe Director Elizabeth Peña worked, after recently… Read More Where are they now? Updates from Paul Roorda, Icons & Artifacts (2014)

Fall 2015 Writing Prize Recipient- Jim Sienkiewicz

The Graduate Theological Union Writing Prize recognizes a paper that incorporates artwork, themes, and/or content from a current Doug Adams Gallery exhibition. Spring submissions are due in February 2016. Stay tuned for recipient Jim Sienkiewicz’s (Ph.D Student in Art & Religion, GTU) Brown Bag Lunch presentation in Fall 2016. The Erosion of Memory: Works by Anne… Read More Fall 2015 Writing Prize Recipient- Jim Sienkiewicz