Art and the Care of Culture with Makoto Fujimura


September 18, 2012 - 7:30pm


Phillips Hall, Auditorium

Contact Name: 

Katherine Damisch

 The Geneva Lecture Series presents:


by Makoto Fujimura

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
7:30 PM

Phillips Hall Auditorium


Just as we are learning to care for and carefully steward our natural resources for the next generation, we must also learn to care for the cultural soil in which art and the humanities take root.

Internationally known artist Makoto Fujimura will discuss these “culture care” values, show slides of his recent art projects, and discuss the International Arts Movement which he founded over 20 years ago to “wrestle deeply with issues of art, faith, and humanity.”


This lecture is presented as a part of the Geneva Lecture Series. Geneva Campus MInistry has been serving the University of Iowa since 1971 and since 1976 the ecumenical Geneva Lecture Committee has brouch over seventy accomplished Christian scholars, writers, artists, and practitioners in a wide variety of fields to speak on campus.

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