from Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
Goodson Chapel was filled to capacity for DITA director Dr. Jeremy Begbie and London-based pianist Cordelia Williams in a two-piano concert featuring Messiaen’s Visions de l’Amen.
DITA is co-sponsoring an innovative new colloquium to foster interest in the interface between theology and visual theory.
This Easter, 25 members and friends of Duke Divinity School traveled to Cambridge, England for a week of theology and arts.
Resonant Witness, co-edited by Jeremy Begbie, has been selected as a top 2011 book.
Two distinguished visual artists will visit Duke following a collaboration with Jeremy Begbie.
The artist will discuss her process, motivations, and purposes as a Jewish artist.
The body of Christ is an extraordinarily diverse place, and music has great potential to reach people in the midst of their differences, says the ethnomusicologist and jazz saxophonist.
New Creation Arts Group calling for submissions to exhibit on food and faith.
The winners of a contest to create an artistic response to Messiaen's Visions de l'Amen have been announced.
Duke Divinity School members are invited to celebrate Easter in Cambridge, England, with a full program of concerts and services during Holy Week, as part of the Duke-Cambridge Collaboration.