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Art is God’s idea

Visual meditations

Erica Grimm: Salt Water Skin Boats

Human actions have changed the chemistry of the ocean, which deeply affects our own existence as well. We crucified God’s son. Is it now creation’s turn?  

read more Erica Grimm: Salt Water Skin Boats, Life Boat 3, detail

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Makoto Fujimura

Makoto Fujimura and the Culture Care Movement

by Victoria Emily Jones

Culture care is a generative approach to culture that brings bouquets of flowers into a culture bereft of beauty.

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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

Aaron Douglas & James Johnson: Listen Lord

O Lord, we come this morning
Knee-bowed and body-bent
Before thy throne of grace.
O Lord, open up a window of heaven, 
And listen this morning.

read moreAaron Douglas

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