1 Contribute to the Tufts University Chaplaincy to make a Brighter World. Consider giving towards #TuftsGivingTuesday on November 27, 2018. Click here to contribute to #TuftsGivingTuesday Select University Chaplaincy under Department... Read More
October 2018 Carillon Tune
The tune Repton was written by the English composer Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry in 1888 as a contralto aria for queen Meshullemeth in his oratorio Judith. In the oratorio, a group of children asks the... Read More
Sign up for the University Chaplaincy ENEWS
Stay up to date, connected, and aware of Tufts University Chaplaincy programs, events, and opportunities. Sign up for the University Chaplaincy ENEWS. Read More
Register for CAFE Pre-Orientation
Pre-Orientation programs are an opportunity to get involved on campus early, meet upper-class leaders and mentors, gain valuable leadership skills, and meet other students with similar interests before Orientation officially begins. Register by June 6! Learn more about... Read More
Interfaith Alumni Association
Want to stay connected after graduation? Join our newly-forming Interfaith Alumni Association by signing up for our email list. The Interfaith Alumni Association will offer opportunities for networking, alumni events, support for current students, and... Read More
The Baccalaureate Service 2018
Saturday, May 19, 2018, 3-4 pm, Gantcher Family Sports and Convocation Center The President and Chaplains of Tufts University invite members of the Class of 2018 and their families and friends to join in celebrating the... Read More
Tufts Interfaith Month: February 2018
Tufts Interfaith Month: February 2018 Starting with United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week, February is celebrated as Interfaith Month at Tufts University. Join the Tufts Interfaith Student Council, and Tufts' religious and philosophical communities, for:... Read More
Call for Artists: Transgender Day of Remembrance EXTENDED DEADLINE for Applications: Sunday October 21
The LGBT Center, the University Chaplaincy, and the Office of the Provost are cosponsoring a second annual Trans Day of Remembrance student art project. The project will speak to themes of trans identity, resilience, and celebration, with special attention to the experiences of trans people of color and survivors of transmisogynistic violence. Proposals may, but do not have to, involve depictions of the trans and non-binary people lost to violence since November 2017.
We hope to work collaboratively with a student artist in the Tufts and/or SMFA community to design the project and create the exhibit. The project may be moved to different locations on campus throughout its exhibition and will be accompanied in its various display spaces by trans-affirming resources made available by local organizations that support trans and non-binary wellness, community, and activism. The artist selected will be allotted a $500 budget for materials to create the project and receive a separate stipend of $1000. We expect to begin displaying the project in its first location on November 20. No formal artist training is required. Trans and non-binary students are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply, please send: (1) a short (~150-200 words) account of your personal interest in being a part of the project, (2) a short proposal of your vision for the exhibit (style of portraits, manner of display, etc.), including a rough breakdown of how you expect to use the $500 materials budget, and (3) three examples of portrait/depiction work that reflect the style you would bring the project to both Hope Freeman (email@example.com) and Walker Bristol (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line “Trans Day of Remembrance Project.” You can also e-mail Hope or Walker with any questions about the project.