We have some opportunities for you to engage with The Compassion Project.
John Pavlovitz Book Discussion - Country Bookshelf, Bozeman MT - Sunday, April 14th at 3:00pm
John Pavlovitz is a writer, pastor, and activist from Wake Forest, North Carolina.
His blog, “Stuff That Needs
To Be Said” weekly reaches a diverse worldwide audience. At Country Bookshelf, he will be discussing his
new book, Hope and Other Superpowers: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving
Manifesto. He will also be selling and signing copies of Hope and Other Superpowers, as well as his first
book, A Bigger Table: Building Messy, Authentic, and Hopeful Spiritual Community.
“Finding your Compassionate Voice" - Emerson Cultural Center, Bozeman MT - Monday, April 15th at 6:30pm, doors open at 6:10
The Compassion Project is pleased to present, “Finding Your Compassionate Voice,” on April 15 at the Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture. Featuring personal stories about compassion, a panel discussion, and musical performances by Permafunk and the Montana Women's Chrous, this event serves to spark deeper conversations around compassion - what it means, how to recognize it, the realities of it as a practice, and why it is important. Included on the panel is writer, pastor, activist, and author of Hope and Other Superpowers, John Pavlovitz.
Questions to be explored include: what are compassion’s limitations? When we talk about compassion, who is it for and who is expected to give it? Is it possible to be compassionate to everyone?
'Finding Your Compassionate Voice' is free and open to the public. The Emerson Grill will host a cash-bar cocktail hour beginning at 5:30 pm in the Emerson Ballroom. Doors to the Emerson’s Crawford Theatre will open at 6:10 pm and the event will kick off at 6:30 pm. The Compassion Project is a non-partisan, non-religious organization and project currently managed by MSU’s College of Education, Health & Human Development. For more information, please contact Kayte Kaminski, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the TCP Facebook events page (www.facebook.com/thecompassionpject).
Partner Artist Opening - Emerson Cultural Center, Bozeman MT - Friday, May 10th 5:00-8:00pm
Join us for an evening of recognizing our partner artists and their unique representations
of compassion that
will be on display in the Emerson lobby. These pieces will be auctioned in a silent auction at the June Art Walk June 14th.
June Art Walk - Emerson Cultural Center, Bozeman MT - Friday, June 14th 5:00-8:00pm
A celebration of The Compassion Project and art around Bozeman for the June Art Walk!
Partner artist pieces
will be on display in the lobby and a silent auction will take place for these pieces. All proceeds will go to the
Emerson Center for Arts & Culture.
Installations! April, May and June 2019
The Compassion Project installations at Emerson Center for Arts & Culture, Red Tractor Pizza, Sola Café, Fork and Spoon Café, and the Bozeman Public Library.
Special thanks to Emerson Center for Arts & Culture, Sola Café, Red Tractor Pizza,
Fork and Spoon Café, and the
Bozeman Public Library for hosting these art installations and all of their ongoing support for this incredible project.
A full list of sponsors and partners can be found at www.montana.edu/thecompassionproject.
If you have any questions about these events or about The Compassion Project, please do not hesitate to reach out to Kayte Kaminski (email@example.com)