About this Event
141 East College Avenue, Decatur, GA 30030
Named for James Ross McCain, Agnes Scott's second president (1923-1951), this event brings nationally recognized scholars to campus for a keynote address. Focusing on current conversations about questions of faith and values in American culture, this lecture provides timely and relevant points of reference for on-campus religious dialogue. We welcome the local community and members of the general public to join us for this lecture, so please share this event with your networks. Admission is free, but please register prior to the event HERE.
This year's speaker is Rev. Amina McIntyre, an arts theologian integrating psychodynamic theory, womanist theology and theatre with spiritual care practices. She is the Co-Founder of the Hush Harbor Lab, a new play development company for Black Artists in the Atlanta area and currently serves as Assistant Director of the Sun Walking Fellowship Grant and Visiting Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. You can find more information about our speaker HERE.
A workshop will be provided at 10:00 am in Lower Evans. Lecture will begin at 7:30 pm at the Julia Thompson Smith Chapel.