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Subsistence as ‘spiritual economics’


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Sheldon Jackson Museum curator Jackie Fernandez and artist Peter Williams outline this summer’s Visiting Artist Program. The program will begin this Saturday with a lecture by Williams called “Subsistence: Sustainable and Spiritual Economics” (2PM Sat May 25, SJ Museum. Free.) Learn more about the Sheldon Jackson Museum.

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