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External view of the Quadracci Pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Museum
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Discussion Group: Amazing Faiths Project: Faith as the Artist’s Muse

October 6, 5:30 pm7:45 pm

In-personPayment RequiredReservation Required

Come together over dinner with people of various spiritual philosophies for an evening of conversation on art, faith, and fellowship. Hear from local artists Rida Fatima, Collette Odya Smith, Sonja Pavlik, Sahar Steiner, and Suzanne Stone during short talks about how faith inspires their work.

The evening’s custom menu will consist of salad, a vegetarian entrée, and dessert with tea and coffee service.
Guests are encouraged to engage in open and guided dialogue about the intersection of art and faith. Topics of discussion include the interaction between spirituality and creativity in your life, challenges you have encountered in expressing creativity, and art or artists that have had a significant spiritual impact on you.

The Amazing Faiths Project is a discussion series organized by the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee to create a more hospitable and connected society. Hosted at the Milwaukee Art Museum, don’t miss out on this opportunity to gather for a unique and stimulating exchange. Tickets are $10 for Museum Members and $20 for general admission.

 

About the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
Founded in 1970, the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee is a more than 50-year-old nonprofit organization through which the regional leaders and adherents of 22 member faiths and denominations dialogue to build personal relationships; conduct public programming to counter hate and fear while fostering interfaith, intercultural and interracial collaboration; and work together on hunger, unemployment, environmental challenges and other social issues to create a better society for everyone.

Location: 700 N. Art Museum Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53202