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Religion and Arts

Like a Prayer

Enabled by a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation, Religion in the Arts and Contemporary Culture is forging a partnership between the arts community and The Divinity School at Vanderbilt University. Our purpose is to create future leaders for ministry who understand and can harness the creativity of the arts for theological reflection and contemporary worship. For practicing artists and business leaders within the popular culture industry, Religion in the Arts and Contemporary Culture is a venue for the exploration of the theological context and religious dimensions of their work.


  • I Sing the Beloved Community (Feb 20) POSTPONED due to weather.
  • Movimientos: Artworks by Jairo Prado (Jan. 15 - March 13, except first week of March).  For gallery hours see News.

 

 

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