INTERSECTIONS Keynote Presentation featuring Ted Lyddon Hatten
"What would you say...if you only had one more word you could speak?"
How would you answer this question - and others - if you knew that you would be truly heard?
As a visual artist, educator, and theologian, as well as the director of the Wesley Foundation at Drake University, Ted Lyddon Hatten is skilled at making people think. As the INTERSECTIONS V Artist-in-Residence, Lyddon Hatten will formally open conference activities by inviting attendees to “imagine being heard.”
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
The INTERSECTIONS V theme is "Imagine Being Heard: Artistic Reflections on Identity, Representation and Religious Difference."
This year, our aim is to mobilize aesthetic awareness in order to illuminate the kaleidoscope of Purdue’s religious diversity.
We want to start conversations--asking questions and seeking answers together--in a way that highlights intersectionality and prompts undergraduate students develop effective, transferable strategies for leading across difference in the global context of the 21st century.