Whether you spend time working in the arts, education, business, civic, social justice or politics, you have been uniquely equipped to engage areas that affect our city and ultimately, our culture. Join Art House Dallas on Wednesday, December 7 as we hear from internationally acclaimed visual artist, Director of Fuller Seminary's Brehm Center and a presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts, Makoto Fujimura as he discusses the life of the artist and reads from his newest book, Silence and Beauty and followed by a Q&A. You will learn from his unique experiences of engaging culture through visual art and ways his faith has specifically informed his journey including how his recent book corresponds with Martin Scorsese's upcoming film, Silence.
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Location: Museum of Biblical Art - Dallas
Suggested Donation: $25 or more (includes beer or wine and light fare)
ABOUT ARTFUL LIVING
The Artful Living Series is a program within Art House Dallas created to gather the community together to hear from cultural leaders, be exposed to new ideas and challenge current methods of thinking. While many Art House Dallas programs are geared toward specific disciplines and vocations, the Artful Living Series provides an environment for broader discussion of cultural ideas and personal development with the goal of learning together how we can effectively contribute to the common good of our culture.