Harmony: Environmental Justice, Community and the Power of Art
- Mitchell Auditorium at College of St. Scholastica
- 1200 Kenwood Ave, Duluth, 55811
Harmony includes many dimensions. It does not mean sameness, but rather diverse elements coming together, each with their own contributions to make. It implies community, responsibility and collaboration; as communities and societies, we must have harmony to function. Harmony also refers to sound, color and movement. Harmony unfolds in nature as our earth corrects itself to restore balance, sometimes regardless of human desire or control.
This year the Oreck-Alpern Interreligious Forum features two half-day multidimensional events surrounding the themes of harmony and community-building, and focused on the environment.
Each includes an interfaith and intercultural panel discussion of community spiritual and social justice leaders, visual art, and song and dance performances. Join us for these inspiring collaborations across art forms, disciplines and parts of our community. Events are free and open to the public.