‘Process’ over ‘product’

In both the art world and the academy, our attention is often on the finished product. Whether it’s a painting, a performance, or a research project, the goal is often to create something which is (in some sense) ‘complete,’ or at least satisfying to the creator and thus, hopefully, to others. Considerable effort is made … Read more

Contemplating the ‘blank canvas’

Beginnings can be a tricky thing. As the 2018/19 TheoArtistry collaborations take form, each of our three student-led partnerships have commenced the task of creating their own innovative research projects. The first step in this process is narrowing down their research topic and the art forms they will utilise to explore creative methodologies in theology. … Read more

Creating Partnerships: Introducing our Student-Led Collaborations

The new TheoArtistry scheme has begun! Hosted by the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts (ITIA), postgraduate researchers at the University of St Andrews have been invited to bring their expertise, creativity, and curiosity to the task of developing creative methodologies in theological research. They will undertake unique and cutting-edge research projects through creative collaboration, … Read more