This photographic exhibit features work by Dorothy Tuma with interpretation by Wendy M. Wright, PhD. It explores the nature of the Catholic imagination as viewed through the lens of the many faces of the Virgin Mary as she is discovered in the “minority majority” Catholic archdiocese of Los Angeles. The product of a seven-year pilgrimage through this region, which is a microcosm of global Catholicism, these images reveal the rich textures of Catholic Marian experience and allow a glimpse into the exquisite tenderness and remarkable vigor with which she is embraced. The exhibit runs October 26- November 2.
Gallery Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Fine Arts Gallery
Public Lecture: Wendy M. Wright, PhD, will talk as part of The Most Reverend John McCarthy Lecture Series on the Catholic Church in the 21st Century on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 5 p.m., Mabee Ballroom.