Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion Late Spring 2017 Newsletter
Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion

Visit our Website

Visit our Blog:
A Studio Incarnate

Contact us:

Share your feedback

Dadian Gallery Hours:
Monday - Friday
10 am to 4:30 pm
and by appointment.

The Gallery will be closed due to campus construction beginning May 15. We will resume regular hours August 28th.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Birds of Longing
Interfaith Textiles
by Laurie Whol
August 28 – October 7
Reception & Artist Talk:   
Tuesday, September 12,
12:30 -1:30 pm
Snow at sunset from New Dorm. Photo by Andrew Davis

Upcoming Events

about Fall events
Coming soon.

For more information:
visit our webpage or
Contact Amy Gray at
or  202-885-6837


The Luce Center for the Arts and Religion would like to congratulate
all of the students graduating from Wesley Seminary on May 8th.

A special thanks and blessings to Anna Scharbo who has been our Arts Intern for the last few years.

Thanks and blessings on our departing Artists-in-Residence Sara Caporaletti and Stacy Mohammed. We wish them well in their future projects. Their work will be in the upcoming exhibition in the Dadian Gallery From the Studio: Artists-in-Residence 2016-2018 which will open in January 2018.

There is still time! The deadline for applications to for our Artists-in-Residence program is May 15th. See our webpage for more details.

Dadian Gallery
Due to construction on campus this summer, there will not be a summer show in the Dadian Gallery. The gallery will close On Friday May 12th. We will reopen with an exhibit of interfaith textiles Birds of Longing by Laurie Whol August 28th.

Click here for a complete listing of exhibitions for the 2017-2018 Academic Year.

Workshops and Events
Plans are under way for several new events and workshops in the new academic year including, poetry, drama and dance. Keep an eye out for upcoming announcements.

Have a wonderful summer!

The Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion is a program of Wesley Theological Seminary. The Center sponsors a variety of cultural events which explore the intersection of art and religion. All contributions are tax-deductible and gratefully accepted.

Visit: for more information.

Thank you for your support.


Copyright © 2017
Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion,
All rights reserved.