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What Does It Mean To Be A People Of Sanctuary?
October 21 - 9:30 AM and 11:15 AM
Emily Tarsell, Rev. Clare Petersberger: The Wound Is Where The Light Enters You
A decade ago, Emily Tarsell’s daughter, Christina, who was a beloved member of the TUUC Youth Group, died unexpectedly and mysteriously while at Bard College. Emily feels that the deep wounds of her loss and her ensuing enlightenment are aptly expressed in Rumi’s quote, “The wound is where the light enters you.” In a mission to understand what happened to Chris, Emily began a journey which led to unexpected, life-changing discoveries. This morning, she will share highlights from her journey and her subsequent pursuit of justice for Christina in Vaccine Court (which ended in a ruling that Gardasil was the cause of Chris’s death); and her ongoing advocacy to protect others through the medical ethics principle of informed consent.
Gallery Unicorn is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Juried Art Exhibition, “Vision”. Twenty-nine artists are represented with work in a variety of mediums. The juror for the show was Laura Amussen, former Director of Art Exhibitions at Goucher College, prize winning artist and adjunct professor of art at Towson University. The exhibition opened on Sunday, September 16 and will run through October 21,2018. Prize Winners are : Desh Mittal, David Horst, Cheryl Milligan and Bruce Lily. Honorable Mentions are: Anne-Steuart Vaughan, Dorothy Hosmer and Elizabeth Elder.