from Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
The Divinity School seeks images of Christian life for collaborative art project, part of the 2013 Convocation & Pastors' School.
The Dean's Songwriters Series launched March 20 with American folk singers and songwriters Pierce Pettis and Grace Pettis.
On March 5, DITA welcomed James K. A. Smith to give the 2013 lecture in the Distinguished Lectures In Theology and the Arts series.
On Palm Sunday 2014, Duke Chapel will host the U.S. premiere of a new St. Luke Passion by Scottish composer James MacMillan.
A visual and musical celebration of T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets featured art, music, and lectures.
Interviews with James MacMillan, Ellen Davis, and Jeremy Begbie among others feature in this three-part documentary on "Duke in Cambridge"—Holy Week 2012.
Amber Noel, a recent M.Div. graduate of the Divinity School, has been appointed as assistant to the director of DITA.
A new collection of essays co-edited by DITA Director Jeremy Begbie has been published.
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.