Study medieval art and spirituality on location in Italy May 10-25 with Dr. Sandra Glahn and Dr. Barry Jones. Earn three hours of Media/Worship elective credit with the option for three additional hours of related indep. study.
We will be staying in monasteries. Based in Aquinas's Orvieto—where we'll celebrate Ascension Day—we'll visit Siena and Assisi. Based in Vicenza, we'll visit Florence, Milan, and Padua. The last three nights are in Venice, concluding on Pentecost Sunday and Vogalonga Regatta Day, held there every four years. We're limiting this course to 16 students. Cost is $1,900 (double occupancy) plus airfare (arrange your own to Rome/from Venice) and tuition. Registration is now open.
Contact Dr. Sandra Glahn for more info.
Dr. Robert K. Johnston, Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller's School of Theology in Pasadena, California, is the speaker for this series of messages in chapel on October 21-24, 2014. His series title is, “If you have eyes to see...: rediscovering general revelation.”
Dr. Johnston will be available to meet with students during the afternoon of October 21, 22, and 23. Contact Shannon Reibenstein in the the department of Media Arts and Worship for an appointment or check out the Arts Week webpage for a detailed schedule of events.