Frank Burch Brown to Speak at Icons in Transformation, March 7 and 10

Frank Burch Brown, the Frederick Doyle Kershner Professor of Religion and the Arts at CTS will deliver two lectures as part of the Episcopal Church of All Saints Icons in Transformation speaker series.

The 180-piece exhibit of art inspired by traditional icons is touring the U.S. after a tour of European’s grand cathedrals and is on exhibit at the Episcopal Church of All Saints in Indianapolis through March 24. The Icons in Transformation speaker series is a free series of community lectures and events highlighting the role of icons in traditional and contemporary culture.  

Professor Burch Brown’s two-part presentation is titled, Eyes of the Spirit: Inner and Outer Vision in Art. He will speak at All Saints on Thursday, March 7, at 7:30 p.m. and will deliver a second lecture on Sunday, March 10, at 11:45 a.m.

Additional information on the Icons in Transformation speaker series is available at www.allsaintsindy.org or by calling 317-635-2538.

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