We are thrilled to introduce Fernando Álvarez-Lara, SJ as new faculty for “Art with the Jesuits” week!
Every culture has a palpable sense of the sacred. In this class, we will learn about the spiritual practice of making personal shrines in the Latinx tradition. Students will also be invited to build their own altarcito (personal shrine) and reflect on the objects they chose for their installation. Students will share the narratives behind their symbols, and through stories shared we will experience a sense of our shared humanity.
All experience levels welcome, including beginners. Ages 16+
There will be some demonstrations and safety talks but we will mostly focus on creative work time with individual guidance as needed or wanted.
All projects can be completed within the allotted class time.
Participants can expect to create their own altarcito (personal shrine).
What should I bring to class?
- fruit crate or wooden box
- pictures of deceased relatives along with personal objects that they may have owned and now are heirlooms
- table cloths, table runners, scarves
- flower vase
- personal religious symbols (images, medals, statues, holy dirt from Chimayó, etc.)
This class is part of “Art with the Jesuits” Week. Here’s a peek at that week in 2018:
The Full Package covers tuition + materials, all meals (Sunday dinner through Saturday brunch) and lodging.
Full Package: $680-$1210
- Private Room – $1210
- Shared Double Room / Yurt – $895
- Library Dorm: $760
- RV Hookup: $730
- Guild Tent $725
- Own Tent: $680
Commuter Cost: $435
(Commuter Cost includes Sunday dinner, Monday through Friday lunches, and Saturday brunch.)
This class is part of the Grünewald Guild’s Summer 2019 Program: Opening. Learn more about the Summer Program.
June 30 – July 6, 2019
This is a non-refundable deposit.
The remaining balance must be paid in full upon arrival.
Date(s) - Jun 30, 2019 until Jul 6 2019