from Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
Guite's month-long stay concluded with a lecture on Samuel T. Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner."
Art history professor will lecture Nov. 13 on how visual arts have fostered unity within the church.
Theology and Arts classes this fall will concentrate on literature and the image.
The poet and musician will start in Sept. as the school's first artist-in-residence.
Two-year theology and arts collaboration between Duke and Cambridge ends with promise of more to come.
Photos from the "Sounding the Passion" events are available on Flickr.
CVNC Online Arts Journal covers the U.S. premiere of James MacMillan's St. Luke Passion.
Rudy and Shirley Nelson present "Precarious Peace: God and Guatemala."
The U.S. premiere of a St. Luke Passion by acclaimed composer James MacMillan caps a four-year international theology and arts collaboration.
The February event engaged audiences through poetry, music, and Scripture.
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