ArtWay

The best way for Christians to change culture is to make culture. Andy Crouch

Visual meditations

Caravaggio: The Conversion of Saul

by Nigel Halliday

How careful the horse is not to harm Saul. The horse’s eye is clearly on the prostrate figure.

read more Caravaggio: The Conversion of Saul, detail

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Marianne Lettieri: Connections, detail

Building a Portfolio of People

by Marianne Lettieri

Besides hard work in the studio, networking may be the single most important skill for a sustainable art practice.

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Exhibitions and events

2019

List of exhibitions in galleries, museums and churches.

Plus a list of conferences, lectures and events, with a special focus on Europe.

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Christian calendar

The Speck and the Log

For Year C, 8th Sunday after Epiphany

Jesus urges us to remove the log that blocks our view of our own failings. Be merciful and do not judge, he says, this must become part of the DNA of your heart!

read moreDutch 17th-century tile: The Speck and the Log

Materials for Churches

Theodore Prescott: Taste and See, detail

Materials for Churches

Here you find materials for use in churches, categorized according to the Christian calendar.

There are also materials about the Old and New Testament.

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Church of the month

Eton College Chapel, England

by Jonathan Evens

The east window of Eton College Chapel, which was created by Evie Hone and installed in 1952, is considered by many to be one of the masterpieces of modern stained-glass art.

read more Evie Hone: Eton College Chapel East Window

Art and Poetry

Sándor Reményik & Ildikó Mecséri

Do not wait for the earth to shatter, Sodom's consumption by fire. Tiny wonders from day to day are greater, deeper to admire.  
Come, place your hand 
upon your heart and
Hear well, observe what it conveys.

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Art and Music

Jim Jankent: The Visitation, detail

The Visitation

IMAGE - James Janknegt: The Visitation

and

MUSIC - John Coolidge Adams: The Babe Leaped in Her Womb

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In the Spotlight

Socially Engaged Art - Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin

Growing dissatisfaction with an out-of-touch, elite and market driven art world has led many artists to rethink their practices and purposes. Some of them have turned to make what is now often termed ‘socially engaged art’. 

read more Ai WeiWei: Sunflower Seeds, 2010