David Goldwasser Fund
The David Goldwasser Series in Religion and the Arts looks at the relationship between religion and the performing or creative arts, like music, sculpture, painting, dance, or architecture. As often as the resources of this innovative endowment allow, the series presents performances and exhibitions that have significant implicit or explicit religious significance.
The Goldwasser Committee looks at proposals twice a year, once in the fall for spring semester programming and once in the late spring for fall semester programming.
Deadlines for Proposals
We will begin accepting applications for the 2019-2020 academic year on August 1, 2019. Applications close on March 20, 2020, or when funding is no longer available.
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The David Goldwasser Series in Religion and the Arts was established in 1980 at Emory University in memory of David Goldwasser, a 1932 graduate of Emory College. The series is intended to keep alive for generations of students Mr. Goldwasser's appreciation of art and faith as enriching dimensions of the human spirit.
The series is administered by the Goldwasser Subcommittee, a group appointed by the Executive Director of the Emory College Center for Creativity & Arts.
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