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Resistance is Never Futile!

01.26.2012  |  No Comments

Helping Artists Find Spiritual Direction in a Postmodern Landscape   Geoff Hall, author and film-maker in Bristol, UK, began his journey into the arts as a child, … Continue Reading

WordSmith Poetry and the Poetic Justice World Tour

11.08.2011  |  1 Comment

The Power of Words Expressed Through Performance & Poetry It all started with an open mic in Charlottesville, VA. Host Ebony Walden looked out into the audience … Continue Reading

The Need to Pay Attention

04.11.2011  |  2 Comments

By Luci Shaw A student in a lecture hall once asked me, “Don’t you get tired of noticing things?” By way of answering her I quoted one … Continue Reading

Introducing the Church and Art Network

03.31.2011  |  3 Comments

The new “network of networks” seeks to connect, educate, and encourage Christians in the arts. By Luann Jennings, founder and director Church and Art Network (C&A) is … Continue Reading

Phoenix Performing Arts Trust

03.11.2011  |  1 Comment

Mission: To enable Christians involved in the performing arts at whatever level to realize their full potential for the service of Christ. Aims: 1.     To develop the … Continue Reading

Kicking in the Shadows

02.25.2011  |  1 Comment

By Cheryl Cutlip   I will never forget my first steps on the great stage of Radio City Music Hall. As a brand new Rockette, my mind … Continue Reading

Imagining Together

02.17.2011  |  1 Comment

The IMAGINE 2010 gathering of believing artists and church leaders in Helsinki, Finland, sparked creative collaboration and new vision for the arts in Europe. By Jim Mills … Continue Reading

Serious Faith, Serious Art

01.26.2011  |  4 Comments

An interview with Cameron Anderson, executive director of Christians in the Visual Arts | CIVA Cameron Anderson became the executive director of CIVA in February, 2009, after … Continue Reading

The Girl Who Found Her Halo

12.13.2010  |  No Comments

Laura Hairgrove’s conductorless chamber orchestra, Halo Ensemble, aims “to reflect the abundance of life through performing art.” By Lindsey A. Frederick Twenty-seven-year-old flutist Laura Hairgrove didn’t wait … Continue Reading

Shedding Light on Art History in the City of Lights

11.18.2010  |  No Comments

Paris was recently host to the inaugural gathering of a new professional organization, the Association of Scholars of Christianity in the History of Art. By Rachel Hostetter … Continue Reading

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