On Friday, May 17th, Reijo Oksanen will give a lecture on the spiritual message of the Isenheim Altarpiece at the Angelicum Hall of the Studium Catholicum.
The Isenheim Altarpiece was created between 1512 and 1516 by the artists Matthias Grünewald (the painted panels) and Niclausof Haguenau (the sculpted part) for the Antonite Order's monastic complex at Issenheim in present-day France. Come to the Studium to hear more about this treasure and the world-view of its creators.
Further reading: www.studium.fi/isenheim-2019
Lecture Series Programme
Timothy Pawl's research is primarily in the areas of metaphysics and philosophical theology. In metaphysics he works on truthmaker theory, modality, and free will. In philosophical theology. He has published on transubstantiation, Christology, and divine immutability. His work has appeared in The Australasian Journal of Philosophy; Faith and Philosophy; and Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion, among other places. His publications include The Defense of Conciliar Christology (2016).
Father Timothy Radcliffe OP will be in Helsinki from March 28th to April 1st, 2019. He will be speaking at these events:
Elina Merenmies is a Helsinki-based artist who graduated with a Master’s degree from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 1999. She also studied at the Drawing Department of the University of Helsinki in 1987, at the Institut de Saint-Luc in Brussels from 1988–1989, and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague from 1991–1992. She has been a member of the Ars Fennica prize committee since 2009. Merenmies was awarded the William Thuring Prize in 2009, and the Stina Krook Prize in 2010.
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