A Conversation with Makoto Fujimura on Faith, Art and Culture
Internationally renowned artist, arts advocate,
writer and speaker
Saturday, April 12
|5 p.m.||(pre-event opening)
View Fujimura’s work on display at the Chehalem Cultural Center’s Parrish Gallery
George Fox University campus
Experience Fujimura’s new documentary film, Golden Sea, and enjoy a conversation with the artist. His work will also be on display at the Chehalem Cultural Center’s Parrish Gallery Feb. 21 through April 12.
The public is invited and admission is free.
About Makoto Fujimura
Makoto Fujimura is an artist, writer and speaker recognized worldwide as a “cultural shaper.” A presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts from 2003 to 2009, Fujimura served as an international advocate for the arts, speaking with decision makers and advising governmental policies on the arts. Fujimura’s work is exhibited at galleries around the world. He is a popular speaker for numerous conferences, universities and museums. More information about him is available on his website: makotofujimura.com.
Fujimura will be available for a book signing immediately following the event in the Lindgren Gallery, adjacent to Bauman Auditorium.
Interested in learning more about George Fox’s Department of Visual Art and Design or William Penn Honors Program? Co-hosts Mark Terry, chair of the Department of Visual Art and Design, and Joseph Clair, director of the William Penn Honors Program, will also be available at the reception.
For more information, contact Mark Terry at 503-554-2636.
Cosponsored by the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, Chehalem Cultural Center, and George Fox University's Department of Visual Art and Design and William Penn Honors Program.