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Artist Salon: The Ministry of Imagination with Adam Horowitz

  • Jewish Studio Project 940 Dwight Way, #13b Berkeley United States (map)

The Ministry of Imagination with Adam Horowitz

Join us for a lively evening of inquiry and dialogue with Adam Horowitz as we explore themes of prophetic community, radical imagination, and creative response to the crises of our time.

Adam Horowitz is a cultural organizer and instigator of intergenerational, intercultural initiatives to nurture a society rooted in love and justice. In recent years, he has co-founded: the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture (USDAC), a grassroots action network of 16,000+ artists, activists, and allies inciting creativity to shape a culture of empathy, equity, and belonging; Nuns & Nones, bringing Catholic Women Religious and spiritually diverse Millennials together in new communities of contemplation and social action; and, Taproot, an immersive, intergenerational program for Jewish wisdom exchange. He is currently living in a convent in the Bay Area alongside the Sisters of Mercy.

A note about Studio accessibility: There are three steps into the building and the bathroom is not ADA. If you have other access needs please be in touch directly.

Earlier Event: March 27
Creative Commentary
Later Event: April 7
The Studio Immersive