Sacred Art: A Spiritual Affair?
a conference organised by Arts & Spirituality Ireland
19 October 2013 | Dublin, Ireland
Please email ASI to register.
Arts & Spirituality Ireland (ASI) will present a one day conference, ‘Sacred Art: A Spiritual Affair?’ on Saturday 19 October 2013 at Christchurch Cathedral Dublin in the music room. Registration on the day is from 8:45-9:15 followed by the conference from 9:30am to 1pm.
Conference speakers include:
–Graham Howes, Fellow Emeritus, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge and Trustee of ACE (Art and Christianity Enquiry)
–John Dunne, painter of the sacred theme and chairperson of ASI
–Jim Malone, Professor (Emeritus) of Medical Physics and former Dean of Medical School/Faculty of Health Sciences at Trinity College, Dublin
–Pamela Hardesty, artist and lecturer at Crawford College of Art and Design
The day’s programme includes lunch after 1pm in the cathedral’s medieval crypt and an exhibition of artwork by Pamela Hardesty.
For conference information and to register, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is open to all who are interested in the intersections between art, religion, theology and spirituality.
Arts & Spirituality Ireland (formerly Arts & Christianity Ireland) is an association that seeks to promote the study, development and appreciation of the visual and other arts as they relate to the Christian and other established spiritual/religious traditions and live spiritualities in Ireland and abroad.