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Art from the Black Men’s Gathering: A Tribute to Robert Hayden

The second session exploring The Spirit of the Black Men’s Gathering will focus on the arts, honoring Robert Hayden, Bahá’í and US Poet Laureate (Library of Congress). This session will include contributions from writers Dr. Derik Smith and Patrick Patillo, musicians Roger Hogan and Oluyemi Thomas, and photographer Donald Camp. Moderating: Dr. William (Billy) RobertsPanelists:...

Community Builders

The third and final session in our series exploring The Spirit of the Black Men’s Gathering will focus on “Community Builders” and will showcase initiatives that were an outgrowth of the Black Men’s Gathering. Moderating: Dr. William (Billy) RobertsPanelists: * Teddy Lawrence, Entrepreneur/Educator and Juan Pacheco, Actor/Artist — “A Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative”* Kevin Andrews,...

Conversations around the Pupil of the Eye Art Show II

This Zoom space is part of the Pupil of the Eye Art Series which includes online dialogues spaces, artist videos, and an online gallery space. Keep coming back to the web site as we release more of the artist’s video statements about their work. Artist Panel Discussion An evening with a panel of three artists who offered...

Seven Valleys Toward Reconciliation

Join master Indigenous story-teller Louise Profeit-LeBlanc as she explores the mystical teachings of Bahá’u’lláh contained within the volume The Seven Valleys as a framework for the journey of reconciliation. The tool of reconciliation is one that has historically been applied to relations between groups of people but it is also a journey that each individual...

Celebrating a Heroine of Eliot: Sarah Farmer

Hosted by the William Fogg Library Film viewing with filmmaker and commentator, Dr. Anne Gordon Perry. Sarah Farmer, a dedicated supporter of the William Fogg Library, was instrumental in revitalizing the Eliot Library Association in the late 1800s. She worked diligently with Dr. John L.M. Willis and Mr. Francis Keefe to coordinate the creation and...

‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Visit to North America & What it Teaches Us, with Dr. Robert Stockman

Green Acre and the Bahá’í Publishing Trust invite you to join us for Conversations of the Heart, a series of presentations by Bahá’í authors, exploring a wide range of topics, from race to history. On March 27, 12:00 Eastern Time we'll welcome Dr. Robert Stockman as he presents on ’Abdu'l-Bahá’s historic visit to the United...

Artist Call: Chaga Nolosan

“With beauty before me, I walk. With beauty behind me, I walk. With beauty above me, I walk. With beauty below me, I walk.”— Navajo prayer Part of a series of art shows that explore justice through beauty, Chaga Nolosan – Walking in Beauty* is an Indigenous-centered, multi-media art show that highlights and amplifies the...

Project Empathy | Green Acre at Seacoast Rep

Sponsored by Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens We are excited to bring this production to the Seacoast Rep as part of the Sol Series: Townhall Meetings with a simultaneous in-person and livestreamed performance. Tickets are free thanks to the support of our sponsors, but registration is required.

Project Empathy | Green Acre

Sponsored by Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens This is a free, in person event. Seating limited & registration is required

Art Show Opening Event Postponed

We regret to announce that the scheduled opening event for “Chaga Nolosan – Walking in Beauty” has been postponed until further notice. Please keep an eye on our website and/or our social media accounts for the rescheduled date and time. The online gallery will now open on September 4th. Join us via Zoom for the...

Divine Teachers of the Americas | Kevin Locke

Green Acre and the Bahá’í Publishing Trust welcome you to a special edition of Conversations of the Heart in conjunction with Green Acre's current Indigenous-centered art show, Chaga Nolosan – Walking in Beauty. Kevin Locke will share his research on the appearance of Divine Personages in the Americas, showing respect for the Teachings brought to...

The Significance of Cultural & Artistic Expression of the Northeast Woodlands Indigenous Peoples

⋆⋆⋆ This is a Live, Local, On-Campus Event ⋆⋆⋆ Sponsored by Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens The Significance of Cultural and Artistic Expression of the Northeast Woodlands Indigenous Peoples will be the closing event of Green Acre’s current Indigenous-centric art exhibit, Chaga Nolosan – Walking in Beauty. Ed Bullock (Eyes That Shine), will share...