|When||Thursday, September 1 – Friday, December 16, 2016|
|Location||Middle Floor of the Biola Library|
November 29, 2017
Library Guimarra Courtyard (outside next to Heritage Cafe)
7:00pm - 7:30pm: Performances and interactive opportunities
by Silvana Tei Kenny and Rachel C. Hayes
7:30pm - 8:30pm: Panel discussion
Wrestling with life's big questions through art, with artists Anne Baumgartner, Douglas Webb, Tommy Hollenstein, Tony Caltabiano, Susan Springer Anderson, Joan Wynn, Alice Emmons, Eric Leonard Jones, and others
Much like a memorial space, the artists' works in this exhibition give us an inside view into what holds value for them. While most are still living, the record of their journeys speak of faith and trust, of grief and hope, of despair and healing, of failure and redemption, of lessons and losses, of warnings and vindication. They address the deeply human questions we can’t help but ask. They encourage us to ponder the infinite, even though we know the answers will remain veiled until viewed from above. Please visit many times, and take your time.
Consider the things that you would wish to be remembered for. What might be included in your epitaph?
What if you knew you were going to die?
What would be the one thing you would want to leave with the world?
How would you want to be remembered?
What might be included in your epitaph?
Christopher Michael Rupp, My Inner Fuji David Adey, Omega Man - Trillion Second Countdown
Jim Morphesis, Rose VI Micah Bloom, Codex
Robert Eustace, Lament of the Black Sun Susan Savage, Invocation
For more information: www.seedsfineart.org