TheoArtistry celebrates the practice, making, performance, curatorship, and reception of Christian art. It also seeks to inform the scholarly and public perception of the role of the arts in theology and church practice.
Our collaborative projects place artists and theologians in partnership for the creation of theologically-engaged art works. Additionally, our student-led collaborations integrate academic research and artistic practice to develop creative methodologies in theological research.
TheoArtistry is a dimension in the work of ITIA, the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts, based in the School of Divinity, University of St Andrews. TheoArtistry explores how ITIA’s world-leading research may impact the making and practice of the arts.