TheoArtistry student-led partnerships focus on developing creative methodologies in theological research.
The 2018/9 partnerships emphasise process rather than product. As such, each partnership will keep a record of their collaboration by creating a ‘scrapbook’ of notes, research and/or creative responses on their chosen theological theme.
They will round off their research by producing some form of critical reflection on their collaborative experience.
The current TheoArtistry scheme is co-ordinated by Dr Rebekah Dyer and Caleb Froehlich.
TheoArtistry collaborative projects bring together the approaches of theology and the arts to produce innovative creative works and fresh theological insights through a variety of media.
Previous TheoArtistry collaborations have produced exciting new works of theologically-engaged music and poetry, led by Dr George Corbett.