An Evening of Arts and Justice in LA

Join us for a night al fresco celebrating the Arts and Justice on the beautiful campus of Fuller Seminary. The night includes special guest performances, music and spoken word by Lisa Gungor, Mer Young, Tonya Ingram and Urban Doxology.

All are welcome to attend. Tickets are $15.00. Bring your student/faculty or staff ID from Fuller or any educational institution to receive a special discount at the door ($8.50).
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An Evening of Arts and Justice || Performers

Join us for a night of music and poetry with these amazing artists

Lisa Gungor

Artist

Lisa Gungor started loving music, art, and poetry as a child. She began recording and traveling with the band that eventually turned into the Grammy-nominated musical collective simply known as “Gungor.”

Lisa now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two beautiful and wild girls, Amelie and Lucie. She continues to write for Gungor, The Liturgists, and is the author of “The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen.``

Mer Young

Artist

Long Beach artist Mer Young has created a body of artwork manifested in collages, drawings, paintings, and public artworks. Young's artworks aim to inspire, celebrate and elevate repressed indigenous, first nations and native cultures and women of color. Her works also focus on matters immigration.

Young’s works have been included in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally. Her public art works can be found in the East Village Arts District of Long Beach, CA, in The Sixth and Ninth District of Long Beach, CA, in The City of Glendale, CA, The City of South Pasadena and in the Art District of Los Angeles.

News articles such as Random Length News, San Pedro, CA, and The Manifold Magazine, Honolulu, HI, The Long Beach Post, News Sincerity, and The Long Beach Gazette have all issued reviews of her works. She was awarded and recognized by Mexico's Municipal Directorate Against Addictions (DIMCA), Baja California as a contributing artist to the 20th District of Tijuana, Mexico.

She is a current member of The National Foundation of Independent Artists (NFIA), she holds Associate Degrees in Fine Arts and Liberal Arts from Long Beach City College and received her Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from The University of Southern California.

Tonya Ingram

Tonya Ingram is the 2011 New York Knicks Poetry Slam champion, a member and co-founder of NYU's poetry slam team, a member of the 2011 Urban Word-NYC team, the 2013 Nuyorican Grand Slam team and the 2015 Da Poetry Lounge Slam team. She is a six-time poetry slam finalist, a 2014 Pushcart Prize nominee and the author of Growl and Snare. She is a New York University alumna, a Cincinnati native, a Bronx-bred introvert and is a recent graduate from Otis College of Art & Design where she obtained her MFA in Public Practice.

Urban Doxology

Band

Urban Doxology is a ministry of Arrabon that writes the soundtrack of reconciliation in the racially diverse and gentrifying neighborhood of Church Hill, Richmond, VA. The band evolved out of the Urban Songwriting Internship Program that is a partnership with Arrabon and East End Fellowship. Most of band members are an active part of East End Fellowship, a community that endeavors to be a faithful presence seeking God’s joy and justice for their neighborhood out of love for Christ.

AN EVENING OF ARTS & JUSTICE

Join us for a night celebrating the Arts and Justice including spoken word, music and special guest performances. All are welcome to attend. Tickets are $15.00. The faculty, staff and student price is $8.50 (Please have your Student/Faculty ID with you when you check-in at registration). Want to attend for free? Register to attend The JUSTICE Institute in LA.