Got Art? Yes We Do

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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Listening at Golgotha, by Jan RichardsonA Duke Divinity School committee spearheaded by Professor Jo Bailey Wells has led to some aesthetic improvements over the summer, with the most visible change being new seating and artwork in the hallway connecting Gray and the top floor of Langford.

The art includes a mural of a cityscape (acrylic on glass) by artist Rachel Campbell, who is married to Divinity School Professor Douglas Campbell, and inspired by Acts 1:8. It also features a series of charcoal drawings, “Listening at Golgotha” by artist Jan Richardson, accompanied by reflections from Peter Storey, professor emeritus.

Students in the hallway connecting Gray and Langford.More aesthetic improvements involving art will be made to the school during the academic year.