Pilgrimage to Santiago: A Multisensory Wine and Cheese Lecture

Join us in this collaboration between art historian Jennifer Courts and Twin Forks Wine and Provisions that allows participants to taste the rich cultural history of Spain. This lecture showcases the interconnectedness of art, pilgrimage, politics, food and wine by following the monastic communities that spread along the Camino to Santiago de Compostela.

Registration for the food and wine portion is limited to 20 participants aged 21 and up, but the Zoom lecture is open to all.

Those registered for food and wine can pick up their tasting plates after 3pm on Monday, February 15 from Twin Forks.


Registration Required. Must be 21 or Older

Date //

February 22 – 7:00 p.m.




Registration Opens February 10th //

Join us via the link below //

Meeting ID: 971 5547 4708
Passcode: 49289557



Faculty and Staff //

This event is brought to you by the Art & Design area of SPVA

Art & Design

Stacy Reischman Fletcher – Professor in Dance, Director, School of Visual and Performing Arts

Allen Chen – Assoc. Professor, Ceramics

Jacob Cotton – Assoc. Professor, Graphic Design

Jennifer Courts – Assoc. Professor, Art History, Program Coordinator

Janet Gorzegno – Professor, Drawing and Paining

John Mark Lawler – Assoc. Professor, Graphic Design

Linh Nguyen – Assistant Professor, Graphic Design

James Meade – Professor, Drawing and Painting

Marcus Michels – Assoc. Professor, Foundation Coordinator

Mark Rigsby – Assoc. Professor, Ceramics, Gallery Director

Jennifer Torres – Professor, Sculpture

Caterina Ventura – Administrative Specialist

Nicole Scannell – 3D Technician



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