It has been announced that short film that has been done as a precursor for a full-length documentary of our story of healing and our journey of forgiveness has been selected as a finalist at the Heartland Film Festival to be held in October in Indianapolis, Indiana! The "World Premier" showings will be:
Friday Oct. 13, 5:15 p.m. @ AMC Castleton Square 14
Thursday Oct. 19, 4:30 p.m. @ AMC Castleton Square 14
Friday Oct 20, 12:45 p.m. @ AMC Showplace Traders Point 12
Saturday Oct 21, 12:45 p.m. @ AMC Castleton Square 14
I will give a very personal message entitled, "Crushed to Produce Beauty." Using examples from various art forms, the truth that the Master Artist, God, is working in us to produce His beauty in our lives, even in very difficult circumstances.
Join us as we continue the conversation on cultural generativity at the second annual Culture Care Summit, hosted by Fuller’s Brehm Center and led by acclaimed artist and Brehm Center director Mako Fujimura. With such speakers as best-selling author/theologian Philip Yancey and Fuller president Mark Labberton, we will consider the ideas and questions raised in Fujimura’s new book Silence and Beauty. The summit will conclude with the 2017 Festival of Worship on Sunday, February 12, featuring distinguished composer John Rutter as guest conductor. I will one of the speakers for this event.
To register: http://fuller.edu/culture-care-summit/
The re-opening of the Contemporary collection of the National Gallery is prompting another research trip to do "experiential education" of certain pieces of abstract art.
Jonathan Rogers, author of the Wilderking Trilogy, The World According to Narnia, and The Terrible Speed of Mercy: A Spiritual Biography of Flannery O’Connor, will be joining us on Saturday, September 24, for a writing workshop focused on writing in your truest voice. This workshop is co-sponsored by Church at Charlotte and the ArtsCharlotte Writers’ Community.
Here Be Dragons: Joy in a World We Never Could Have Guessed
a lecture on creativity and imagination
co-sponsored by Church at Charlotte and ArtsCharlotte
On the evening of September 23, Jonathan Rogers, author of The World According to Narnia will be speaking on the idea that C.S. Lewis calls “Joy”–that inconsolable longing this world raises within us, but cannot satisfy. Joy, according to Lewis, is a clue to the meaning of the universe, for it suggests that we were made for another world where those longing can be fulfilled. Rogers will explore the place of this Joy in imaginative art and literature.This time will be appropriate for all adults and students who are interested in creativity and imagination.
Doing research at the National Gallery in Washington, DC