Looking for something (free!) to do on Saturday November 3 at 4:00 p.m.? Want to learn more about Arts and Peacebuilding? Come join many others at the gallery opening of the show Pax Bellissima by Center for Justice and Peacebuilding Artist in Residence, Dr. Lisa Schirch.
Pax Bellissima means “beautiful peace” in Latin. Dr. Schrich has taken this time to reflect on her work in many other countries building a greater understanding of peacebuilding and creating dialogue in civil and military situations dealing with current policy issues.
Dr. Schirch has created a series of pottery, paintings and photography that will be on display in the Hartzler Gallery at Eastern Mennonite University for several weeks. The formal opening takes place on Saturday November 3 at 4:00 p.m., but if you can’t make it you can still stop by and see the beautiful images and pottery.
Dr. Schirch will be at the opening and give an artist talk and share her reflections on this artwork. Light refreshments will be served as well.
Dr. Schrich was also featured in the Weaving Life film and has written 5 books on peacebuilding and conflict prevention.