CANCELED - BEING FAITHFUL IN CHATTANOOGA

DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR ANOTHER DATE AT A NEW LOCATION. FURTHER DETAILS COMING SOON.

What does faith mean in Chattanooga today?

The Hunter Museum owns several works of art that use imagery or symbolism to bring together many belief systems. With this in mind, a multi-faith panel will explore what it means to live in faith in Chattanooga.

The panel will be held in the Museum lobby and will begin with each panelist speaking briefly about living his or her faith, followed by a brief moderated Q&A.

Our panelists are Brandon Jones, Michael Dzik, Sudha Srinivasan, Nur Sisworahardjo and David Cook representing the Hindu, Muslim, Atheist, Jewish and Christian faith traditions

Event is Free and open to all in the community. Admission to the rest of the Museum including the New York Times Magazine Photographs exhibition is $9.95 general public (FREE to Museum members).

[image: George L.K. Morris (1905-1975), Arizona Altar, 1949, Mixed Media edition of 5000 53" x 40-1/2", Gift of Ruth S. Holmberg ACC #1971.17]