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TheoArtistry in the Church celebrates the practice of the arts in church. Partnering with those who contribute and facilitate art in church life, TheoArtistry seeks to provide an online blog as a resource for churches.
In TheoArtistry’s inaugural project, six outstanding young composers were chosen to work with Sir James MacMillan, Dr George Corbett, and researchers from the School of Divinity at the University of St Andrews. Each composition focuses on a biblical passage on the theme of ‘Annunciations’.
In 2016-17, we are focusing on how ITIA may inspire new musical compositions and inform musical performance. Dr George Corbett and ITIA researchers are teaming up with Tom Wilkinson and St Salvator’s Chapel Choir to produce a new TheoArtistry recording.
On 6th-7th March 2018, TheoArtistry will host a two-day symposium celebrating, and reflecting critically upon, the inaugural two TheoArtistry musical projects. Featuring the launch of the ITIA-St Salvator’s Chapel Choir CD Recording ‘Annunciations’, and the launch of the TheoArtistry Film Documentary.
In 2017-18, we are launching the TheoArtists Database to link up artists (in any media) interested in working with Christian themes, theologians interested in collaborations with artists, and commissioners of Christian art.