Exhibits

In addition to being an events space, the Director's Conference Room in the CSWR is an exhibition space for artists to showcase original work that relates to religion and spirituality.  If you are interested in showcasing your work at the CSWR, please contact Associate Director Corey O'Brien at cobrien@hds.harvard.edu.

Current Exhibit: The Oldest Living Things in the World by Rachel Sussman

On Display until March 16, 2020

The Oldest Living Things In the World

Artist and author Rachel Sussman is a Guggenheim and MacDowell Colony Fellow, and two-time TED speaker. Her critically acclaimed, decade-long project "The Oldest Living Things in the World" combines art, science, and philosophy into a traveling exhibition and New York Times bestselling book.

 

Upcoming Exhibit: Framing the Light: Quaker Meetinghouses as Space and Spirit by Jean Schnell

Opening Fall 2020.


Framing the Light: Quaker Meetinghouses as Space and Spirit

Jean Schnell photographed 23 Massachusetts Quaker Meetinghouses. The photographs represent the Quaker experience during Meeting for Worship, which is born in Light and centered in quiet and peace. The collective, spiritual, seeking experience makes Quaker meetings unique.

Jean Schnell is an emerging artist in fine art photography. After retiring from a career as a nurse and a health coach, she has been immersing herself in the photography world. One of her recent projects has focused on Quaker Meetinghouses.