In February 2019, I will be coordinating and teaching an intensive class on Theology and the Arts at Whitley College in Melbourne. The class is an introductory-level doorway into a range of other related subjects, including those on film, on imagination, on poetry, and on creativity and spirituality. It is aimed at practising artists, theologians, curators, pastoral workers, and anybody else with interests in the arts and/or Christian theology.
This year, I am delighted to announce that a number of wonderful people will also be contributing: Peter Blackwood, Anne Mallaby, Pádraig Ó Tuama, Safina Stewart, Christina Rowntree, Rod Pattenden, Joel McKerrow, and Libby Byrne.
The class is open to all, and is available for study credits at Undergraduate or Postgraduate levels, or you can participate as an Audit student.
For more information about the class, or to apply, visit here.
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Hello Jason, do you know of a post grad course that undertakes a similar field of study with the musical arts?
Dr Maeve Louise Heaney is doing some wonderful work in this area at ACU and elsewhere. You can get in touch with her via her website: http://maevelouiseheaney.com