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Event: Book now for 'Stations of the Cross' - Exploring Religion and Art

last modified Mar 02, 2016 01:42 PM
Come and hear Dr Aaron Rosen, artist G. Roland Biermann, and Professors Eamon Duffy and Robin Kirkpatrick in conversation about fantastic new art exhibition 'Stations of the Cross'.

Co-curator Dr Aaron Rosen – author of one of the Times’ best books of 2015 ‘Art and Religion in the 21st Century’ – will be joined by contributing artist G. Roland Biermann and a panel of distinguished Cambridge-based experts including emeritus Professor of the History of Christianity and author of renowned book 'The Stripping of the Altars' Eamon Duffy.

A panel-based discussion - chaired by Emeritus Professor of Italian and English Literature Robin Kirkpatrick - will be followed by an audience Q&A and a chance to meet the participants over light refreshments.

The event is free of charge and open to everyone.

Book now via Eventbrite.


Station 9
Station Nine: G. Roland Biermann, 'Stations', 2016


About ‘Stations of the Cross’

‘Stations of the Cross’ is a unique art exhibition spread across fourteen iconic London locations. Weaving through religious as well as secular spaces, from cathedrals to museums, the exhibition uses works of art to tell the story of the Passion in a new way, for people of diverse faiths and backgrounds. Artwork by Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and non-religious artists are all incorporated, connecting the Passion with its modern day resonances –particularly the hazardous journeys of refugees from today’s Middle East.


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