Three partnerships, multiple art forms, and many theological ideas. What have we learned from the 2018/19 TheoArtistry partnerships?
Artist Michael Thames offers insights from his TheoArtistry research on wonder, as seen through the lens of his own craft of photography.
Catch a glimpse of one partnership's creative research process in these poems written by Mariah and Marjorie on the theme of home.
As the 2018/19 Student-Led Collaborations draw to a close, Marjorie and Mariah discuss how friendship and shared experiences helped them better understand concepts of home and belonging.
Student-led partnership James, Michael and Jenna discuss artistic and religious expression, meaning-making, and working in collaboration.
Three TheoArtistry researchers reflect on the creation and performance of new works within their partnership. Finally, Hannah Palmatary describes the rich, multifaceted experience of capturing spirituality and the body in poetry.
Three TheoArtistry researchers reflect on the creation and performance of new works within their partnership. Second in the series, musician Emily Fleming invites us to consider the interweaving of music with our personal, spiritual, and bodily lives.
Three TheoArtistry researchers reflect on the creation and performance of new works within their partnership. First, Ewan Bowlby offers an illuminating note on art, spirituality, and the body.
A brief consideration of what can be gained from focusing on the research process, rather than the final outcome.
Theology and the arts are more than just conversation partners - they both rely on a creative process. What does this mean for the way we approach theology?