Neighbourhood Earth


Neighbourhood Earth

February 2-29, 2020, Regis College at the University of Toronto
Reception: February 13, 8:30-10 pm
Exhibition hours: Mon.-Thurs., 9am-9pm.; Fri., Sat., 9am-4:30pm

An art exhibition exploring the human, spatial, and temporal dimensions of what it means to be neighbours on our planet earth, featuring works by:

Linda Chen
Blake Debassige
Heather Gentleman
Hayyan Helal
David Holt
Tai Kim
Emmaus O’Herlihy, O.S.B.
Aparna Rangnekar
Michael Stoeber

Co-curated with Katharine Lochnan

The exhibition and reception are supported by the Fraser Centre for Practical Theology in conjunction with the Fraser Centre 2020 Annual Scarboro Missions Lecture in Interreligious Dialogue on February 13, 7pm-8:30pm (prior to the joint exhibition/lecture reception):

Faith in the Commons: Becoming Neighbours includes the Personal and the Political
Lecture: Dr. Mary Jo Leddy, Founder of Romero House and Regis College Professor
Respondents: Shahid Akhtar and Dr. Barbara Landau, Co-Chairs, Canadian Association of Jews and Muslims
Moderator: Dr. Michael Stoeber, Scarboro Missions Chair in Interreligious Dialogue, Regis College
To register for the free Scarboro Lecture:

For information call 416-922-5474
Regis College at the University of Toronto
Toronto School of Theology
100 Wellesley Street West
Toronto, ON, M5S 2Z5

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