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All events are sponsored by the Iona College Council on the Arts and are free unless noted otherwise. For those events with an admission charge, a limited number of free tickets are available for Iona students, faculty, and staff on a first come, first serve basis.
SPOKEN WORD: The Faithful Citizenship Project.
Drew Dillinger as Poet-in-Residence
Described by Cornell West as “one of the most creative, courageous and prophetic poets of his generation", internationally acclaimed poetry artist Drew Dellinger brings his message for justice, cosmology and compassion as Iona's first Poet-in-Residence for the Faithful Citizenship Project. Founder of Planetize the Movement, Dellinger’s craft captures the power of the arts as a force for imagining a more just world and influencing social change.
When: Wednesday, September 12, Thursday, September 13
Where: Wednesday, September 12 // 7:00 pm A Cosmology of Justice: Dr. King and Thomas Berry as Guides into the Future Ferdinand E. Arrigoni Center, Mayflower Avenue Wednesday, September 12 // 9:30 pm Radical Imagination Coffee House: Creativity and Transformation – Poetry with Drew Dellinger La Penta Student Union, End Zone // 9:30 pm Thursday, September 13 // 11:00 am Planetary Citizenship: Connecting Ecology, Social Justice and Cosmology. Doorley Auditorium (followed by student/artist luncheon)
Co-sponsored by the Thomas Berry Forum for Ecological Dialogue,the Iona Spirituality Institute, by the Office of Student Development, Department of Political Science,Department of Religious Studies, the Office of Mission Integration, The Center for Campus Ministries, Gaels Activities Board, Student Government Association, and Democracy Matters
Under the Rug: A Look at Institutional Dishonesty. Curated by Erica Harney.
Date: Sunday, March 3 - Thursday, April 11
Location: Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery Iona College Arts Center