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Each day at the Glen follows a similar format: classes in the morning and a variety of optional faculty lectures, readings, interviews, concerts, field trips, open mics, and worship services incorporating the arts. Thursday is wide open to rest, create, and explore.

2019 GLEN WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
tentative, all details subject to change

MORNINGS { MON, TUES, WED, FRI and SAT}

6:30am Yoga | great hall
Katherine Willis Pershey
8am Breakfast | dining hall
8:45am Worship | great hall
Lauren Winner + Liz Vice
9:30am–12:30pm Classes | locations vary
12:30pm Lunch | dining hall

SUNDAY, JULY 28

2–6pm Registration | peterson student center
5pm Newcomers Orientation | junior common room
6pm Dinner | dining hall
7:30pm Welcome | great hall
Greg Pennoyer + Lisa Ann Cockrel
8pm Opening Reception | junior common room

MONDAY, JULY 29

2pm Group Hike | koi pond
5:30pm Prayer | junior common room
Brian Volck
6pm Dinner
7:30pm Keynote | great hall
James K. A. Smith
8:45pm Open Mic + Snacks | junior common room

TUESDAY, JUNE 30

2 pm Conversation | great hall
Kaya Oakes, Natasha Oladokun + Tara Isabella Burton with Jessica Mesman
Group Hike | koi pond
3:15 pm Poetry Reading | great hall | Scott Cairns
4:30 pm Conversation | great hall | Daniel Nayeri + Carey Wallace with Sara Zarr
5:30 pm Prayer | junior common room | Brian Volck
6 pm Dinner
7 pm Santa Fe Opera (separate ticket required) | The Pearl Fishers with Lauren Winner
7:30 pm Lecture + Conversation | great hall | Lanecia Rouse Tinsley with Biko Mandela Gray
8:45pm Music Open Mic + Snacks | junior common room

WEDNESDAY, JULY 31

2pm Lecture + Conversation | great hall
Biko Mandela Gray + Jessica B. Davenport with James K. A. Smith
Group Hike | koi pond
3:15 – 5:15pm Open Studios | locations vary
Randall Hasson, Marianne Lettieri, Lisa Beth Anderson, Lauren Winner
5:30pm Eucharist | junior common room
Lauren Winner
6pm Dinner
7:30pm Film Screening + Conversation | great hall
Daniel E. García + Jeffrey Overstreet
8:45pm Open Slides/Open Mic + Snacks | great hall

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1

FREE DAY.
Take the time to catch up on sleep, create art, explore Santa Fe, and more. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be served in the dining hall at their usual times. Optional afternoon activities will be announced.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 2

2pm Lecture | great hall
Randall M. Hasson
Group Hike | koi pond
3:15pm Lecture | great hall
Brian Volck
5:30pm Prayer | junior common room
Katherine Willis Pershey
6pm Dinner
7:30pm Poetry Reading | great hall
Pádraig Ó Tuama
8:45pm Open Slides/Open Mic + Snacks | great hall

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3

NOTE: There will be no morning worship service on Saturday.
1:30pm Choir Rehearsal | great hall
Lauren Winner + Liz Vice
2pm Sending Forth | great hall
6pm Dinner | dining hall
7:30pm Concert | great hall
Over the Rhine
9pm Closing Reception: Remarks + Open Mic Encore | junior common room

SUNDAY, AUGUST 4

8–10am Continental Breakfast | dining hall
Noon Check out

2019 Glen Workshop Theme
AS IRON SHARPENS IRON
The Promise and Peril of Friendship

Friendship between artists can be a fraught affair. We encourage each other. We also compare. We stew. We goad each other on. We fall out and make up, or not. We inspire each other. We let each other down. When the writer of Proverbs noted that “as iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another,” he was observing not just the value of community, but also its potential for interpersonal coercion and even violence within our most intimate bonds.

At our best, we make each other better. At our best, we live out our faith’s ideal that believers are part of the same body, that we are to seek peace, to humble ourselves and be reconciled, to build each other up in love. This week we’ll engage the challenges of artistic friendship, not just the good times but the struggles—and the possibilities for reconciliation.

Each Glen Workshop has a theme that creates a throughline for the week. It’s an opportunity for focused reflection and creative expression that can be engaged in myriad ways by faculty and students alike during our time together.

 

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