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Faculty Colloquia: The Art and Spirit of Mandala Imagery

Date: March 26, 2014
Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Designed to inspire conversation across campus about the diverse scholarly work of Keystone's faculty, join Provost Thea Harrington and Professor Judi Keats for the third of four presentations of the Faculty Colloquia.

The entire campus community is invited to attend.

The Art and Spirit of Mandala Imagery
This visual art presentation focuses on the artistic, symbolic, and spiritual aspects of mandala images mandala images. Mandala is a Sanskrit word hat means "wheel or circle" and mandalas often have spiritual significance in many cultural traditions. They can serve as visual reminders of one's core essence or spiritual qualities in a symbolic, archetypal manner. Mandalas can be transpersonal as well as interdisciplinary in merging art, science, philosophy, and ancient wisdom. Included int he presentation are samples of the artist's personal engagement with mandala imagery.

Location: Evans Hall

Contact: Jennifer Kretsch
Organization: Academic Affairs
Contact Phone: 945-8316
Contact Email: jennifer.krestch@keystone.edu

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