13 episodes

Ministry of the Arts engages art as theological praxis for imagining, framing, and (re)creating relationships and holistic time, paying particular attention to curiosity and longing.

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Ministry of the Arts engages art as theological praxis for imagining, framing, and (re)creating relationships and holistic time, paying particular attention to curiosity and longing.

    Bonus: Courtney Adair Johnson

    Bonus: Courtney Adair Johnson

    FALL SPECIAL

    Every day this week we are releasing a special episode that highlights one of five artists from Nashville whose work engages with the environmental themes. The seasons are changing, the holidays are imminent, and it is a good time to reflect on all the relationships we are all constellated into – human and nonhuman alike.

    These interviews were originally recorded in Spring 2020

    Today: Courtney Adair Johnson


    https://www.courtneyadairjohnson.com/


    @courtneyadairjohnson

    • 11 min
    Bonus: Mclean Fahnestock

    Bonus: Mclean Fahnestock

    FALL SPECIAL

    Every day this week we are releasing a special episode that highlights one of five artists from Nashville whose work engages with the environmental themes. The seasons are changing, the holidays are imminent, and it is a good time to reflect on all the relationships we are all constellated into – human and nonhuman alike.

    These interviews were originally recorded in Spring 2020

    Today: Mclean Fahnestock


    http://mcleanfahnestock.com/

    • 14 min
    Bonus: Patrick Vincent

    Bonus: Patrick Vincent

    FALL SPECIAL

    Every day this week we are releasing a special episode that highlights one of five artists from Nashville whose work engages with the environmental themes. The seasons are changing, the holidays are imminent, and it is a good time to reflect on all the relationships we are all constellated into – human and nonhuman alike.

    These interviews were originally recorded in Spring 2020

    Today:

    Patrick Vincent

    http://www.twinbeepress.com/

    @twinbeepress

    • 13 min
    Bonus: MEgan Lightell

    Bonus: MEgan Lightell

    FALL SPECIAL

    Every day this week we are releasing a special episode that highlights one of five artists from Nashville whose work engages with the environmental themes. The seasons are changing, the holidays are imminent, and it is a good time to reflect on all the relationships we are all constellated into – human and nonhuman alike.

    These interviews were originally recorded in Spring 2020

    Today: Megan Lightell


    https://www.meganlightell.com/


    insta @meganlightell

    • 14 min
    Bonus: Caroline Allison

    Bonus: Caroline Allison

    FALL SPECIAL

    Every day this week we are releasing a special episode that highlights one of five artists from Nashville whose work engages with the environmental themes. The seasons are changing, the holidays are imminent, and it is a good time to reflect on all the relationships we are all constellated into – human and nonhuman alike.

    These interviews were originally recorded in Spring 2020

    Today: Caroline Allison


    http://carolineallison.com/

    • 17 min
    The Sound of Word

    The Sound of Word

    Sounds of words. Sounds of the time. Sounds of spaces. A sort of DJ set if you will. Almost all of these works were created in or around this unique time of the pandemic. They all contain truth and hope in a paradoxical communion with grief, despair, and longing. These spoken confessions of prose contain a healing quality in and of themselves to be shared with others. You, artists longing to reimagine.
    Featuring works by spivey k, Courtney Ariel, Josephine Parker, Joel Markus Antson, & Dana Jo Cooley.
     
    With Courtney Ariel as host & introductions by DJSEE
     
    Music & Sound Design by Michael Knight 
     
    We are Poiesis. 

    • 26 min

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