Arts at the Confluence: Conversations with Renkl, Ray, and Andrews

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Arts at the Confluence: Conversations with Renkl, Ray, and Andrews

Conversations exploring the relationship between the environment, arts, and activism. Book Signing to follow.

By Meridian Herald

When and where

Date and time

Sunday, September 11, 2022 · 2 - 4pm EDT


First Congregational Church, UCC 105 Courtland Street Northeast Atlanta, GA 30303

About this event


First Congregational Church of Atlanta is located at 105 Courtland at its intersection with John Wesley Dobbs. Arriving via Uber, Lyft or other taxi or carpool is highly recommended! Paid parking is available at the AAA lot at the corner of John Wesley Dobbs and Peachtree Center Avenue. Limited parking at the church’s lot available - on John Wesley Dobbs, near the intersection with Courtland; there will be a security guard to guide you to a spot. However you arrive, we recommend you get there early!


Event will be live-streamed at one or both of these links!


Conversation with Margaret Renkl, New York Times weekly opinion writer and author of Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss; Janisse Ray, a writer adventuring into the borderland of nature and culture and author of Wild Spectacle: Seeking Wonders in a World beyond Humans; and Dwight Andrews, Senior Pastor of First Congregational Church Atlanta and Professor of Music at Emory University.

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