As noted in an earlier post, St Luke’s Woy Woy (147–149 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy) will host a three-day symposium (12–14 July) gathering theologians, artists, clerics, and philosophers to explore the relationships between the arts and theology.
There will be an art exhibition, poetry, creative workshops, short papers and music. The last fifty years has seen some astonishingly inventive solutions to creatively engage with theology, ecclesiology, liturgy, and the public sphere of spirituality and faith.
This three-day symposium seeks to explore the shifts in method, style, and theory found in the liminal space created when the creative arts, scripture, theology, faith and community coalesce.
The aim of this symposium is to draw people from within the Australian context to reflect, discuss and analyse the integral place of the arts in Christian expression.
Further details and registration here.