Monthly 2020 Gatherings: April ZOOM meeting
Time & Location
About the Event
I'm hosting a 40 min ZOOM meeting at 2pm this afternoon. This is an informal gathering to see how you are doing, what you are creating or learning in art, faith and culture. I've posted this event on Facebook and updated the Culture Care website events page. You are welcome to share with others who might be interested.
Alexandra Davison is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Culture Care RDU April Gathering Time: Apr 18, 2020 02:00 -2:40pm EST
Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/77769439142
Meeting ID: 777 6943 9142
EARLIER POST from March 2020
Thanks to everyone who came to our first gathering for coffee and conversation at the NCMA on March 8th! I had a blast meeting everyone and hearing the ideas, hopes and prayers to cultivate growth in Christ, community and our work in the arts! For those who couldn't make it to our first monthly meetup but are interested in this gatherings, you are very welcome to come and invite friends to our table as well. Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions either phone or email.
The March gathering group expressed an interest in going through a book or two this year to encourage theological and artistic framework for our discussions and work. Here below are two books that will be a good kickoff. If you enjoy these, we can do more. We will read both books at the same time as they are different in scope and intent and balance the discussions: 1. Culture Care: reconnecting with beauty for our common life by Makoto Fujimura 2. Glimpses of the New Creation: worship and the formative power of the arts by W. David Taylor
NOTE: Reading these books are NOT required and only serve to enhance personal and group ideas and work. Read these or something else that challenges you.
Workshops! According to your creative background (dance, writing, visual arts, theatre, etc.,) you are welcome to lead a workshop at future gatherings that encourage, educate and inspire the group in our faith, art and community. We'll discuss workshops at the April gathering.