Hannah Frank: Art, Religion and the Environment
Date: Thursday 26th November
Venue: Riverside Gallery, 11 Bank Street, Inverness, IV1 1QY
A talk by the artist’s niece, Fiona Frank, about the way in which Glasgow Jewish artist Hannah Frank (1908-2008) portrayed Jewish themes and drew aspects of the
natural world – and a discussion, including inviting members of other faiths to bring examples of how artists in different traditions portray their own religion and the environment. Free, all welcome. This talk follows an opening reception at the gallery (5pm- 7pm) for the exhibition ‘Hannah Frank, a Glasgow Artist’ with kosher refreshments,
also open to all.
Caring for the Environment – Whose Responsibility?
Date: Saturday 28th November
Time: 2pm – 4pm
Venue: Recreation Hall, Raigmore Hospital
Inverness Interfaith Group presents a talk and workshop by local environmentalist, Iona Finlayson. This free event is open to all. Refreshments will be provided. There will also be a presentation on the Refugee Mission Project, Malta by Rev Doug McRoberts.
Care for the Environment with Interfaith Moray
Date: Tuesday 24th November
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Venue: St Sylvester’s Church, 19 Institution Road, Elgin, IV30 1QT
Join us for an evening of sharing teachings and practices of various faith traditions as regards to caring for the environment. We’ll have several presentations from various faith traditions as well as Trees for Life. Free event, and please bring a small bit of food or drink (non-alcoholic) to share. Contact us at email@example.com or visit our Facebook page, Interfaith Moray.