Susan Swartz and Ann Braude do an onstage interview for Harvard WSRP’s Fall Coffee at Cherry Hills Country Club. Courtesy of Harvard WSRP
BY SCOTTIE TAYLOR IVERSON
The Harvard Women’s Studies in Religion Program’s steering committee held its annual Fall Coffee at Cherry Hills Country Club, where everyone was treated to a bonus of two speakers.
Susan Swartz, an accomplished artist and member of Harvard Divinity School Dean’s Council, held an inspirational interview format with special guest Ann Braude, WSRP director and Harvard Divinity School senior lecturer on American religious history.
“Intersection of Art, Nature and Faith” was the theme.
Swartz’s art has been featured the world over in solo exhibitions and permanent collections, from Switzerland to Washington, D.C. She is a co-founder of the Christian Center of Park City and the award-winning documentary film organization Impact Partners. She has been honored by the Harvard Divinity School with the Dean’s Distinguished Service Award for a career that blends artistry and faith.
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