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Artists Panel Discusses Work in Interfaith Art Exhibition

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

River Forest--Dominican University will present on Wednesday, March 27 a panel discussion with artists who have submitted work in the university's 2018 Biennial Interfaith Art Exhibiton. The panel discussion will be held at 6 p.m. in the Springer Suite, 7900 Division Street.

Dominican University's Biennial Interfaith Art Exhibition brings together international artists who, according to their own faith traditions, harness art's unique capacity to explore and express profound ideas of love and truth. The exhibit is located on the main floor of Lewis Hall, outside the Rebecca Crown Library.

Participating in the panel are Gregory Deddo of Chicago, whose oil painting, Kindred Doubts (2016), explores the sorrow, grief and joy of human relationships as well as the struggle to live with the unknown; Carole P. Kundstadt of New York City, whose three multimedia works are part of her Sacred Poem Series; and Rachel Braun of Silver Spring, Maryland, whose God Covers the Sky with Clouds (2016) are based on selected verses of Psalm 147.

The panel discussion will be moderated by Jessica Cochran, a Chicago-based independent curator and arts administrator.

The 2018 Biennial Interfaith Art Exhibition also includes work by Terry Downs, Marina Forbes, Archie Granot, Elaine Langerman, Robin L. Power, Miriam Stern, Kim Theriault, and Deborah Yasinsky.

image: Kindred Doubts, oil painting by Gregory Deddo