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Art, Belief and Spirituality

  • Course Dates: Mon 10 May, 2:00 pm to Thu 13 May, 2:00 pm

This module explores the relationship between the arts, belief and Christian Spirituality.

 Throughout this module, ‘the arts’ will be broadly construed to include visual art (painting, sculpture, craft, film making etc.), music, and literature. We’ll examine the ways in which art influences spirituality and vice versa with lots of opportunity for theological reflection.

Those not on the MA programme are very welcome to book on this module as an auditor.

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Course Details

Start:
Mon 10 May, 2:00 pm
End:
Thu 13 May, 2:00 pm
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Tutors:
Karen O'Donnell is Programme Leader for the MA in Christian Spirituality at Sarum College. She is a feminist, ecumenical, practical theologian whose interdisciplinary research interests span theology, spirituality, and pedagogy. Guest lecturers The Rev Dr Andreas Andreopoulos is Reader in Orthodox Christianity at the University of Winchester. His books include This is my Beloved Son: the Transfiguration of Christ and he is the Editor of Winchester University Press's Modern Orthodox Dialogues Series. The Rev Dr June Boyce-Tillman MBE read music at Oxford University and is Professor Emerita of Applied Music at the University of Winchester. She has published widely in the area of music and spirituality/liminality and Hildegard of Bingen. She is an Extra-ordinary Professor at North West University, South Africa and an ordained Anglican priest. Lou Davis is a printmaker and theologian who creates work as spiritual practice and theological reflection. She is completing a PhD in Theology through Creative Practice at the University of Glasgow on the topic of economic justice. Dr Dawn Llewellyn is Senior Lecturer in Christian Studies at the University of Chester. Her research is interdisciplinary and focuses on gender and contemporary Christianity and spiritualities. Her current project examines the interactions between Christian women's identities, motherhood and voluntary childlessness. The Revd Anna Macham is the Precentor at Salisbury Cathedral. As Precentor at Southwark Cathedral, she organised national acts of worship including the Consecration of the Bishop, the Installation of the Dean, and a service marking the London 2012 Olympics. A pianist and flautist, she became trustee of Royal School of Church Music in 2018 and strongly holds that music and belief walk hand-in-hand. The Revd Ruth Wells is the Senior Chaplain for Bournemouth University and the Arts University. She is the Anglican Chaplain for Faith and Reflection. She is an ordained priest in the Church of England, a social-justice advocate and a performance poet.
Course Code:
2493
Please Note:
This is an online course.
Course Price:
£300