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Coffee with Bernice Rarig- Tuesday April 1

*Come hear Berenice Rarig, an artist based in Perth, Australia

Tuesday, April 1 as she passes through Birmingham!


Berenice has been mentored by Makoto Fujimura and has been involved with the International Arts Movement (IAM) for many years.  Someone from IAM wrote of Berenice, “[She] is the epitome of a creative catalyst, and she also has a huge dose of encouragement, which she gives generously to all she meets. In fact, my impression of Berenice is that her attitude is ‘a stranger is a friend I haven’t met yet!’”


Come along to Nancy Carroll’s home to meet and hear from Berenice about her journey into the arts and the international arts conversation. 

Tuesday, April 1



The Carrolls

3027 River Brook Lane

Birmingham, Al 35242


Personal Bio:

Berenice Rarig is a visual artist whose work comprises installation, performance, sculpture and photography. Presently a PhD (Fine Art) candidate the working title of her thesis is ‘Imaging Grace: Art practice as a site of grace.’  In addition to exhibiting internationally, Berenice has guest lectured in universities and at conferences world wide on the topic of ‘Art as a Cross Cultural Apologetic.’  She was born in Australia but has divided her time between the US and Australia.  She is also the founder and director of FUZE a year-long mentorship environment for emerging artists. Her work is represented in collections in Australia, Germany, USA and Great Britain. Significant ideas/words in her practice are: Grace, Process, Multiples, Story, Hermeneutics, Journey and Beauty.


Find out more about Berenice at:

Interview: Harrison Center for the Arts:


Interview: Squatter in the Rubble of Babel


Missionary of Art--Huntsville Times