by Maria Apichella, John Bolland, Ian Crockatt, Christine De Luca, Marjorie Lotfi Gill & Christie Williamson.
Poetry inspired by episodes of divine encounter, or ‘theophanies,’ composed as part of the TheoArtistry Poets’ Scheme.
Edited by Dr George Corbett, this volume tackles the intimate relationship between Scriptural reflection and musical practice in the past, its present condition, and what the future might hold. Featuring contributions from artists and theologians from the Composers’ Scheme.
Available as a digital open-access version and available to purchase in print: visit Open Book Publishers.
Corbett, George (ed). Annunciations: Sacred Music for the Twenty-First Century. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2019. Includes contributions from theologians and composers on the TheoArtistry Composer’s Scheme.
Anderson, Kimberley J. and John Bolland. “Shape-shifting: TheoArtistry Poetry as Theological Action Research.” Open Cultural Studies Vol 3.1 (2019): 47-61.
Corbett, George. “TheoArtistry, and a Contemporary Perspective on Composing Sacred Choral Music.” Religions 9.1 (2018): 7.
Maynard, Joel. “TheoArtistry: collaborations with Sir James MacMillan and Michael Symmons Roberts.” Theology 122.2 (2019): 100-107.
McKerron, Margaret F. “TheoArtistry: practical perspectives on ‘theologically informed art’.” International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church (2018): 354-368.
“TheoArtistry: Theologians and Composers in Creative Collaboration” (video documentary)
Dyer, Rebekah and Kerensa Briggs. “Setting Fire to Music.” Transpositions blog.
Transpositions featured series on TheoArtistry.