Diana Walsh Pasulka is a professor of religious studies at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her areas of specialization include Catholic studies, religion and new media, digital culture and gender.
The Rev. Arturo Araujo is a Jesuit priest and an artist who works in printmaking and ceramics. He has had a solo show at the Manresa Gallery in San Francisco. Gallery notes for that show said: “Connecting closely to Pope Francis’ second encyclical Laudato si’, Araujo nuances and expands upon the spirit of an earthly tradition, […]
James R. Blaettler is a Jesuit priest and director of the Manresa Gallery in San Francisco. He has curated or co-curated several art shows at Manresa, which emphasizes art and religion, including “The Spirit Within,” a collection of contemporary Native American art.
Elayne Oliphant is an assistant professor of anthropology in the religious studies program at New York University. She is an expert on Catholicism and art and is the author of the forthcoming book Signs of an Unmarked Faith: Contemporary Art and Secular Catholicism in 21st Century Paris. She organized a 2015 exhibition, “The Art of Invisibility,” featuring […]