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Collection Contents 1981-2011

Physical Description: 104 folders
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Aestetics and Museum Committee Minutes 1987-2000

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Budgets 1987-1989

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Budgets 1990-1993

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Budgets 1993-2000

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Correspondence 1980-1986

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Gifts 1984-1994

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Mailing list 1988

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Planning an Art Exhibition, Revised 1996 August 29

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Rejected proposals 1987-2002

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Ariel, Real Artifice: Works on Paper and for Theater 1999 June 4 - September 27

Note

Preliminary designs for a production of Carmina Burana and recent works on paper in display cases.Works by Ariel and in collaboration with Patrick Irwin. Peter Selz and Robert Goldsby in conversation with the artist on September 23, 1999.
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Art For Change 2012 March 15 - June 15

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An exhibition of a variety of prints, paintings and mixed media works created to inspire or promote social, political and economic change. Reception and lecture by Matt Gonzalez on March 15, 2012.
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Artists of the GTU 1990 April 6 - May 19

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Presents the work of 13 GTU artists in a range of media, style, and concept. Juried by Robert Hartman, UC-Berkeley Art Department. Slides of works.
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A Selection of Prints and Drawings: Including five engravings from the Book of Job by William Blake and Andy Warhol's Annunciation 1989 September 1-October 27

Note

Jacquelynn Baas, director of University Art Museum, lecture October 5, 1989; Stephen Mitchell, poet and translator of The Book of Job, talk October 19, 1989.
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Atheism and Faith: The Art of Leonard Baskin 2005 March 1 - May 21

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Reception March 3, 2005, Stuart Dennenberg, Director of Dennenberg Fine Arts, Los Angleses, Kenneth Shure of Gehenna Press, and Peter Selz. Exhibit includes monumental color woodcuts, portrait sketches of artists, a self portrait in bronze and a selection
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Helene Aylon-Canceled Show 2002

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Projected expenses exceeded annual budget and led to canceling the exhibit of 54 notebooks and 2 first grade learning notebooks. Aylon exhibited at SFTS in 2002, 2004: The Last Supper: Names/No Names
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Eva Bovenzi: Messenger 2009 March 19 - June 15

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Eva Bozenzi, lecture and reception, March 19, 2009. Photos of exhibition on internal server.
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Resilient Psyche: Representations of Women in German Expressionist Prints from the Collection of David and Eva Bradford 1999 October 8 - December 20

Note

Presentations by Peter Selz and David Bradford on November 4, 1999.
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Frederick J. Brown Paintings 1989 March 7 -May 31

Note

Frederick J. Brown, discussion, March 10, 1989. Library holds video cassette 130, Frederick Brown as he prepared and exhibited his work in Beijing, China, in 1988.
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Frederick J. Brown Paintings / 11th Annual National Conference of Black Seminarians 1989 March 15-18

Note

Brown exhibit scheduled to coincide with the conference.
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Hans Burkhardt: Desert Storms 1993 January 28 - April 23

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Peter Selz, "Treating the American Flag in Art from Jaspar Johns to Hans Burkhardt," Feb 16, 1993. Burkhardt began this series of paintings using the American flag during the period following the Iraqi invasion of Iraq through Operation Desert Shield and
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The C.A.R.E. Collection: An Exhibition and Lecture Celebrating the Memory of Prof. Doug Adams 2009 October 22 - 2010 January 13

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Terrence E. Dempsey, "The Image of the Wounded Body of Christ and the Modern Social Conscience," October 22, 2009. Exhibit included a selection of prints, paintings , drawings, calligraphy and sculpture from the collection of the Center for Arts, Religio
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Requiem for an Executed Bird, Junko Chodos 2003 September 29- 2004 Feb 15

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Junko Chodos, talk on "Spirituality and the Process of Creating Art," Oct 9, 2003. Includes slides, lecture transcripts, a multi-media CD, and additional exhibit information.
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Requiem for an Executed Bird, Junko Chodos 2003 September 29- 2004 Feb 15

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Requiem for an Executed Bird, Junko Chodos 2003 September 29- 2004 Feb 15

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Christo and Peter Selz: The Running Fence Project Revisited 1988 April 15 - May 8

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Reception for Jeanne-Claude, Christo and Peter Selz, April 15, 1988. An exhibition based on Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, 1972-1976, featuring original drawings and collages by Christo, photographs and films, together with document
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Consecrations: The Spiritual in Art in the Time of AIDS [Selections from national exhibit] 1995 Oct 10 - 1996 Jan 5

Note

Terrence E. Dempsey, talk by curator, October 10, 1995.
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Louise Todd Cope, Cloak the Earth: Prayer Shawls for the Millenium 1998 October 14-December 18

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"Cloak the Earth" talk by Louise Todd Cope October 13, 1998. Prayer shawls as tangible offerings for a healing ritual for the planet on January 1, 2000. Display case exhibit.
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Crucifixion and Ressurection 2000 Sept 18 - Dec 15

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Painting, sculpture, and old master prints explore the representation of Christ's death and resurrection from the European Renaissance to contemporary America. In conjunction with Doug Adams class on same subject.
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Day of the Dead 1996 November

Note

Contains "comments" only.
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In Memorium, Jay DeFeo, A Selection of Paintings, 1986-1989 1989 November 9 - 1990 January 26

Note

Special exhibit of Jay DeFeo's most recent work: "seven oil paintings of striking design, texture, image and color." DeFeo died in November 1989. This exhibit complemented Jay DeFeo: Works on Paper at the University Art Museum, Berkeley. Includes exhibit b
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Stephen De Staebler: Sculptures, Drawings and Paintings 1991 Mar 15 - June 30

Note

Reception, March 21, 1991, following Dillenberger Lecture in Visual Arts by Margaret Miles, "The Revelatory Body: Signorelli's Resurrection of the Flesh at Orvieto". Includes slides.
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Stephen De Staebler: Sculptures, Drawings and Monotypes 1997 October 17 - 1998 January 19

Note

Reception November 21, 1997. Series of presentations highlighting Winged Figure all day.
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Stephen De Staebler: The Winged Figure 2006 March 2 - May 15

Note

Lecture by Dore Ashton, March 2, 2006. Includes DVD of lecture.
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Eleanor Dickinson: Crucifixions and Other Recent Works 1991 January 14 - March 10

Note

Panel discussion March 4, 1991 on Re-Membering the Body: Eleanor Dickinson, Doug Adams, Catherine O'Callaghan, and Jo Milgrim. The crucifixion series is based on the premise in Luke that all people carry their own personal crosses through life. Paintings
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Rene Di Rosa, Works from a California Collection 1994 March 8 - June 17

Note

Reception and remarks by Rene di Rosa and Peter Selz, May 3, 1994. Includes exhibit book from Oakland show and slides.
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Distilled Spirits: Works of Cherie Raciti and Susan Matthews 2009 July -September

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Cherie Raciti's paintings were inspired by forms and images of Buddha. Susan Matthews captures the life and personality of the Nigerian people. Photos of exhibition on internal server.
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Domesticated Deities: Gods of the Chinese Peasant Family, Part One 1991 January 14- February 14

Note

An exhibit of traditional New Year's prints from the collection of Professor Po Sung-nien. Book Domesticated Deities and Auspicious Emblems in library: NE1300.8 C6586 1992.
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Photopaintings, Phil Donahue 1983 December 2 - 1984 February 2

Note

Surreal prints.
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Oakland Mornings: Paintings and Drawings by Anthony Dubovsky 1993 April 29 - July 2

Note

Conversation and reception with artist May 10, 1993. "The 14 new paintings are meditative, poetically transmuted impressions of Oakland's downtown." Includes exhibit book and slides.
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Durer to Delacroix: Old Master Prints from the collection of Harry and Herta Weinstein 1998 January 26 - April 5

Note

A display of woodcuts, engravings and etchings. Harry Weinstein had emergency surgery on the day of the reception, February 5, 1998, and died from complications on March 22, 1998.
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A Spiritual Journey: Jan Eldridge Ceramic Sculpture, Prints and Collages 1998 March 2 - April 10

Note

Lecture by artist March 6, 1998. "The journey will highlight art forms produced over a twenty year period, beginning in Egypt, and ending with work influenced by recent visits to India, Nepal and Bhutan."
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Blaine Ellis, The Architecture of Light: Sacred Architecture in Istanbul, Cappadocia and the Mediterranean Coast 1994 October 6 - December 22

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Reception for artist November 3, 1994. The show featured black and white photographs of Islamic and Greek Orthodox archictecture in Turkey and Southern Italy. Includes slides.
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Ysrael Felscott: Earthen Spirit 2012 June 28 - September 21

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Reception and conversation between artist and Peter Selz, June 28, 2012. This artist creates works that represent windows into his deep journey into the spiritual life and healing.
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Conrad Fenwick: A Selection of Recent Paintings 1991 July 10 - Sept 30

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Reception for artist, July 23, 1991.
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Protracted Meditations: Graphite Drawings by Linda Fleming 2003 July 17 - September 15

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"These works are enlarged renderings of Baroque illustrations from Experimento de Vacuo Spatio and of ancient Roman glass in Cologne."
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The Etchings of Ernst Fuchs: The Samson Suite 1960-64 1996 May

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Includes slides.
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Nancy Genn Paper Constructs 1992 April 5 - July 1

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Artist lecture April 28, 1992. Genn was one of the first artists to work extensively with hand made paper. Includes slides, CD, and exhibit books.
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Enwind: Sculpture to Encompass the World: Paintings, Drawings and Models by Nancy and Alain Gerbault 1990 February 7 - March 30

Note

Symposium March 23, 1990: Sculptures to Mark Indigenous Identity and Global Unity: Alain Gerbault, Nancy Gerbaut, Peter Selz, Katherine Cook, and Margaret McKenzie. Includes audio casette tape of the symposium.
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Connie Goldman: Silence, Stasis and Flux 2011 September - 2012 January

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Reception with the artist September 25, 2011: "I see each piece as being analogous to the rhythmic and contradictory forces of stasis and flux that propel my world toward both constancy and change."
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GTU Staff on Display 1995 June 8 - July 24

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Display case exhibit.
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Cleve Gray: Holocaust Series 2001 October 15 - 2002 January 25

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Reception November 8, 2001, with Cleve Gray and Peter Selz. The Holocaust Series conists of 21 works on paper that according to the artist "constitute a catharsis…for all of humanity." Includes slides, photos and exhibit book.
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Paintings by David Gregory 1983 October 10 - November 30

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Watercolors and hand painted etchings.
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The Art of Laurie Gross: From Linen Threads to Community 1993 July 8 - August 27

Note

Exhibit consisted of 23 woven pieces based upon the tallit, the Jewish ritual prayer shawl. Includes slides.
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Haggadot 1994 March - April

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The Image of Evil in Art 2002 February 7 - May 31

Note

Program and reception March 12, 2002. Held in conjunction with the GTU course, "The Devil and the Soul in Art and Theology," taught by Doug Adams, Jane Dillenberger and doctoral student Todd Lesh. Includes slides and photos.
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Keys to Worship: A Church Divinity School of the Pacific Exhibit of Books of Common Prayer 1999 January 15-30

Note

See 42 page exhibit book: Z7813 .C45 1999.
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Haitian Paintings: Works from the Collection of Albert Albrecht 1995 Jan 17 -June 2

Note

Remarks on Haiti by Herbert Gold, Jan 26, 1995. Includes photos.
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Lance Hidy Poster for Flora Lamson Hewlett Library 1987 April 28

Note

Lance Hidy designed the poster for the naming ceremony of the library.
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Lance Hidy Poster for Flora Lamson Hewlett Library 1987 April 28

Note

Contains samples of other posters by Hidy and partial list of those who purchased the GTU poster.
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The Human Image on Paper: Works from the Selz Collection 2000 January 21 - March 31

Note

Presentation by Paul Kalstrom of the Archives of American Art, March 3, 2000. Intent of exhibit to honor Setz for his contribution to the art exhibition program at GTU.
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Joel Isaacson, Walls 2008 October 2 - 2009 January 30

Note

Exhibition included selections from two series: the "Wall" (construction of the separation barriers between Israel and Palestine and the United States and Mexico) and the "Burqa" (a response to 9/11 and the invasion of Afghanistan). Opening reception he
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Idea and Manifestation: Louis I Kahn and the Library: An Exhibition of Materials from the Louis I. Kahn Collection, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. 1987 April 8

Note

Peter Kohane, Kahn Archives, April 8, 1987. Includes his essay.
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Idea and Manifestation: Louis I Kahn and the Library: An Exhibition of Materials from the Louis I. Kahn Collection, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. 1987 April 8

Note

Exhibit details.
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Idea and Manifestation: Louis I Kahn and the Library: An Exhibition of Materials from the Louis I. Kahn Collection, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. 1987 April 8

Note

Articles about Kahn, including Archictectural Forum issue, July-August 1972 on his major projects.
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Louis Kahn, Light and the Library 1990 August 15 - November 16

Note

Aesthetic tour of the library, September 13, 1990.Timing corresponded to an exhibit on art museums designed by Kahn at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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Louis Kahn, Light and the Library 1990 August 15 - November 16

Note

Includes slides.
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Louis Kahn, Aesthetics Committee discussion of GTU owned materials by Kahn. 1992 October 9.

Note

Decision made to send model of the library to the Kahn Archives and to keep the drawings here.
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Tobi Kahn: Metamorphoses 1999 March 7 - May 23

Note

Panel discussion held at PSR, Peter Selz, moderator; Tobi Kahn, artist; Rabbi Alan Lew; Nan Fink Gefen, Chochmat HaLev; Terry Demsey; and David Beale, Center for Jewish Studies, March 8, 1999. Reception followed in library. Co-exhibit with Judah L. Magnes
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The Sorrows of War: Kathe Kollwitz with German Expressionists Otto Dix, George Grosz and Erich Heckel 2003 February 10 - May 31

Note

Gallery talk by Peter Selz followed by Wilson Yates, "The Religious Power of Kathe Kollwitz's Art," March 11, 2003
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Finding the Sacred Mountain: Sumi-e and Watercolors by Robert Kostka 2000 April 7 - June 20

Note

"Paintings in watercolor and traditional Japanese sumi ink dealing with the theme of the Sacred Mountain, a topos in Asian and American spirituality." Includes copy of conversation of artist with Peter Setz.
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Creation: The Seven Days, Sacred Sculptures by Phyllis Magall 1987 April 24 - May 6

Note

"Seven sculptured clay pots with removable lids, 11 inches in diameter with handles molded in the shape of a kneeling female figure. The inside of each pot represents a day of Creation and contains found objects." Pots were showed on several occasions in the lat
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Susan McGinnis, Places Within. Places Without 1999 April - May

Note

The Way of the Roses --a site specific installation-- and other works by Susan McGinnis. Also, pastels--Places Without-- by Daryle Corr . Reception and short talk by artist, April 6, 1999. Display case exhibit.
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Bernard Maisner, Entrance to the Scriptorium, Contemporary Illuminated Manuscripts and Paintings 2001 March 18 - August 9

Note

Reception and lecture by artist, "The Art of the Illuminator," March 18, 2001
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Mari Marks: Variations : Marks in Time 2008 June 30 - September 3

Note

Encaustic paintings. Photos of exhibition on internal server.
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Imaginarium: Drawings by Bernard Maybeck 2011 February 24 - June 6

Note

Original drawings that Bernard Maybeck created for his colleague Julia Morgan's Western Hills cemetery project.
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Richard Meier: Jubilee Church, Photographs, Drawings and Plans 2004 March-June

Note

Reception and lecture by architect, March 18, 2004.
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Jim Morphesis Paintings 2002 October 14 - 2003 January 31

Note

Gallery talk followed by reception and program with Peter Selz in conversation with the artist, November 7, 2002.
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Jim Morphesis: Roses and Wounds 2013 October 24 - November 24

Note

Reception and program with Peter Selz in conversation with the artist, October 24, 2013. Oil paintings of roses.
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Moving Pictures: The Bible and Beyond 2006 September - December

Note

Michael Morris, OP, lecture at PSR, October 12, 2006. "An exhibition of cinematic art inspired by religious epics set in the ancient world: Posters,motion picture stills, lobby cards, books programs, and props." Also displayed at DSPT and in conjuction with
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Philip Morsberger: Large Oils on Canvas 1991 October 5 - 1992 January 4

Note

Reception for the artist, October 29, 1991. Includes slides.
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Unity and Diversity: Bronze Cast Sculptures by Ann Honig Nadel 1988 November 7 - 1989 January 27

Note

Reception, November 16, 1988. focus of the exhibit is a ten-foot cast bronze portal for souls. A sphere representing the earth called The Rainbow Covenant is placed at the center of the portal.
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Keiko Nelson: Inner Diary, Installation and Paper Constructs 1996 January 18 - March 28

Note

Remarks by the artist and Peter Zelz. Also, remarks by Yoshiko Kakudo, curator emerita, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco; Anne Geismann, curator, Japan Information Center, Consulate General of Japan. Then a performance by Koichi Tamano and the Harupinha
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New Perceptions of the Spirit, An Exhibition of artworks occasioned by an International Conference on the Visual Arts and Religious Communities. 1995 July 5 - Oct 16

Note

This retrospective exhibition includes artists featured in the library since 1987. Exhibit in conjunction with the International Conference on the Visual Arts and Religious Communities held at GTU July 31 - August 4, 1995. Includes slides.
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Nathan Oliveira: Windhover Paintings 1998 August 24- November 25

Note

Lecture on Oliveira's art by Peter Setz, and reception, October 1, 1998. Paintings named for Gerald Manley Hopkins celebration of a kestrel's flight in the poem, The Windhover, To Christ Our Lord.
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Paintings and Drawings by Richard Overstreet 1990 November 27 - 1991 January 9

Note

Includes slides.
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Made with Passion: The Vision and Calling of Self-Taught Artists 1997 July- - August 8

Note

Steven Pattie, lecture and gallery talk, July 12, 1997. Exhibit from Pattie's collection shown at Bade Museum as well as library.
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Al Pounder's Umbria - The Pulse of Place 2010 Spring - Summer

Note

Al Pounder, lecture and reception, March 18, 2010. Photos of exhibition on internal server.
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Pursuit of the Spirit: A Group Exhibit Honoring the Birth of the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art 1993 September 18 - November 20

Note

Dillenberger lecture, Terrence E. Dempsey, "The Pursuit of the Spirit: Recovering the Holy in Contemporary Art," Sept 20, 1993. Includes slides and photos.
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The Symbol at the Center: Crosses from the Henry Rahn Collection 1997 October 7 - November 13

Note

Display case exhibit. Walnut crosses made by Connie Rahn Unsicker and Nancy Hall and used by Rahn when he spoke on symbolism of the cross.
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Receptivity: Mixed Media 1997 Sept 3 - Oct 3

Note

Tricia Grame, lecture and reception September 4, 1997. Works by contemporary women artists.
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Resilient Psyche: Representations of Women in German Expressionist Prints from the Collection of David and Eva Bradford 1999 October 8 - December 20

Note

Presentations by Peter Selz and David Bradford, reception, April 12, 1999
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Revelations: Selections from the Berkeley Art Museum 1998 December 7 - 1999 February 19

Note

A selection of 8 works of art ranging from 16th century engraving by Durer to contemporary paintings by James Rosen and Deborah Oropallo. A common theme is the revelation that occurs in the artistic process.
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Mary Kellogg Rice : Fabric and Paper, A Retrospective 1996 August 22 - October 12

Note

Reception, August 22, 1996. Includes slides.
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James Rosen: The Isenheim Altarpiece and the Ferrara Paintings 1988 January 29 - March 18

Note

Reception for the artist January 29, 1988. Includes introduction and notes on artist.
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James Rosen, Across the Image Fields: Paintings 1992 January 11 - April 1

Note

Artist's lecture and reception, February 11, 1992. Includes exhibit catalogs and slides.
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James Rosen: Homage 2007 October 25 - 2008 JAN 30

Note

Lecture, James Rosen, and reception, November 2, 2007
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Miserere Series by Georges Rouault 1989 February 3 - March 8

Note

9 of the 58 etchings of the series. Includes 3 slides.
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Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre 2005 October 3 - 2006 January 13

Note

Lecture, Robert Rosenblum, "Blasphemy in the Art of Goya and Picasso," October 6.
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Sacrifices of Abraham 1992 October 5 - 1993 January 22

Note

Lecture by Jo Milgrom, "Abraham and Family: Vision and Ambiguity," October 22, 1992. Artist's reception (George Segal) held at Bade October 22, 1992. Lecture by Roger Wedell, "Abstraction in Art: Akedah," at PSR, November 19, 2011. Includes slides.
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Katherine Sherwood: The Secret of the Golden Flower Paintings 1994, June 28 - September 30,

Note

Reception for the artist, September 7, 1994. Paintings based on the Chinese meditation manual The Secret of the Golden Flower. Includes slides.
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Signing a Life: Saul, David and the Wild West 1998 August

Note

A collaborative site-specific exhibit by Carie Rehak, Barbara Green and others based on work by Mikhail Bakhtin. Faculty-Student Colloquium December 4, 1998
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Meditations on Remembering: works of Mixed Media by Judith Nilsson Spiegel 2001 August 20 - October 5

Note

Works of mixed media, illuminated by images of icons and Coptic Gnostic texts, inspired by post World War II-Poland. Includes some photos.
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An Exhibition of the Works of John August Swanson 1987 January 15 - February 28

Note

Reception for John August Swanson, January 15, 1987.
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Art, Crisis, and Vision: Paintings by One-Stroke Brushwork Artist Kazuaki Tanahashi 1992 July 8 - September 30

Note

Discussion of Art, Buddhism, and Global Peace Efforts by Kazuaki Tanahashi, Susan Moon, Ronald Y. Nakasone, and Judith Berling, September 22, 1992. Includes collection of talks by Kazuaki Tanahashi, exhibit catalogs, a brochure on Japan's Plutonium, and s
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Art, Crisis, and Vision: Paintings by One-Stroke Brushwork Artist Kazuaki Tanahashi 1992 July 8 - September 30

Note

Kazuaki Tanahashi, Brush Mind, 1990.
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A Prayer for El Salvador: Michael Tracy: Cruz de Sangre 1990 January 26

Note

Paintings.
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Antique Maps of the Holy Land from the collection of Rabbi Irvin D. Ungar 1989 June 1 - August 1

Note

Courtesy of Rabbi Irvin D. Ungar, Holy Land Treasures (Display cases). Includes catalogs and clippings.
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The Visible Word: An exhibit of ancient and contemporary Byzantine art featuring the work of Leonid Ouspensky, Pavel Tikhomirov, Father Patrick (Thomas Doolan) and items from the Charles Pankow Collection. 1998 April 23 - July 31

Note

Opening reception April 28, 1998. Four public seminars: The Techniques of the Byzantine Ikonographer, Father Patrick, April 28; Byzantine Influences in Western Art, Rev. Mark Melone, May 5; The Ikonographic Program of St. Gregory Nyssa, SF, Mark Dukes, R
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Watchers and Seekers: works by Seven African American Artists 1993 Dec 6 -1994 Feb 24

Note

Artists reception, January 25, 1994 at Bade Museum. Artists included Jonathan Eubanks, Violet Fields, Raymond Holbert, Mary Lovelace O'Neal, Leroy Wheeler Parker, JoeSam and Raymond Saunders. Also shown at Bade. Includes slides.
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Jan Wurm: Paintings and Drawings 2002 June 12 - October 4