WHAT: Lecture: “Art and Christian Intelligence”
WHERE: Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
Pope John Paul II Theater
3900 Harewood Road, N.E.
DETAILS: Monsignor Robert Sokolowski, CUA’s Elizabeth Breckenridge Caldwell Professor of Philosophy, will deliver the third lecture in the series “Faith, Reason and the Imagination: Seeing the Sacred.” Monsignor Sokolowski’s talk, titled “Art and Christian Intelligence,” will explore portraiture as “a presentation of a whole life in its significant, articulated parts.”
Monsignor Sokolowski’s lecture accompanies an exhibit at the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center titled “Contemplating the Sacred: Religious Works of Contemporary Artists,” which opened March 8 and will run through April 15. Provided by the Foundation for Sacred Arts, the exhibit at the cultural center is the first of several stops on a national tour.
The lecture series and art exhibit will explore the intersection of faith, reason and the imagination, expanding the themes of a fall 2003 lecture series at CUA that examined faith and the formation of intellect. The other lectures in the series are scheduled for April 5 and April 13.
All the lectures are free and open to the public. For more information, call 202-319-5114.
SPONSORS: The Catholic University of America
Foundation for Sacred Arts
Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
MEDIA: To cover the event, call Katie Lee in the Office of Public Affairs at 202-319-5600.
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