Exploring the Spiritual Mandate for Creation Care
Sunday, November 9, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
at American Cabaret Theater
Main Stage, 401 E. Michigan St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Special Venue Instructions: Parking on street and in Athenaeum parking lot (free).
Arts, Religion, Humanities
Discussion, Film/Video, Hands-on Activity, Panel, Q & A Session, Reading
Adults of all ages, Seniors, Young adults (18-30), Youth (middle/high school)
Kathy Hahn Fowles, Matt Krick, Mike Oles, Elsie Palabrica, Marti Steussy, Ragan Sutterfield, Dr. Norma Wirzba, Aaron Zeis
An interdisciplinary panel will offer both live and virtual audiences the chance to creatively explore the spiritual framework for environmental stewardship. On-site participants will also see artwork created live, photographs, video, poems, and live blogging from online participants displayed on large monitors. Panelists and presenters include Kathy Hahn Fowles, artist; Matt Krick, a Granville, Michigan pastor; Mike Oles, lay leader, Lockerbie Central United Methodist Church; Elsie Rivera Palabrica, senior energy and climate change specialist, ERM; Dr. Marti Steussy, professor, Christian Theological Seminary; Ragan Sutterfield, writer for Sojourners magazine, Men’s Journal and Plenty; Norma Wirzba, professor of theology, ecology and rural life, Duke University School of Divinity; and Aaron Zeis, owner/operator, Nature’s Harvest Organics, Indiana’s only certified organic community supported agriculture. Q&A will follow with both live and virtual audiences. Donations requested. Classroom/congregational resources available. Presented by American Cabaret Theatre, Athenaeum Foundation, and Indy Metro Church. Questions? Call 317-631-0334 or e-mail email@example.com.