Once again, Seattle University is hosting its Search for Meaning Festival. It takes place for a full day on Saturday, February 25, 2017.
A host of authors will provide provocative and varied presentations ranging from The Case for Make-Believe: Saving Play in a Commercialized World to The Spirituality of Life on the Margins to The Untold Story of the Black Woman Who Helped to Win the Space Race along with many other fascinating topics.
In addition, Seattle University’s Vachon Gallery will be exhibiting art from February 16 to February 25 that “explicitly explore[s] the meaning of life.” This exhibit is “augmented with several regionally and nationally renowned artists who are also authors.”
I’m excited to share that my large collage titled, Broadway at Times Square, was juried into the Search for Meaning Art Exhibit!
Information on the art exhibit can be found here.
Information on each of the artists can be found here.
Be sure to go as it’s a unique and wonderful festival that has much to delight your mind, heart, and spirit!
Kathryn V. White is an author and artist. Her book, Rumble Tumble Joy: A Journey for Healing, Inspiration, and Wholeness, is a finalist in the 2014 Wishing Shelf Book Awards. Her art is available as fine art prints. Find out more at: www.kathrynVwhite.com