IFD356 – Sanctifying Art: Inviting Conversation Between Artists, Theologians, and the Church
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Are you an artist seeking to discover his or her place in your local congregation, or in the Church at large? Are you a pastor or church leader desiring to offer hospitality to the creatives in your congregation, or to equip them to use their talents more freely? Join us as we walk through Dr. Deborah Sokolove’s new book, Sanctifying Art: Inviting Conversation Between Artists, Theologians, and the Church.
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Shannon Sigler is a visual artist, theologian, and arts administrator. She graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary in 2007 with a degree in Theology and the Visual Arts; and from Boston University in 2011 with a Masters in Arts Administration. Shannon’s art and research center around a Wesleyan paradigm for the visual arts, as well as explorations in Christian vocation and family life. Shannon grew up in the Methodist Church. She is married to Matthew Sigler, a Ph.D. candidate in Liturgical Studies at Boston University, and has a son, Elijah. Shannon currently serves as Adjunct Professor in Theology and the Arts at Southwestern College, and as the Visual Arts Editor for Imaginatio et Ratio: A Journal of Theology and the Arts. She previously worked as Associate Director for CIVA | Christians in the Visual Arts as well as the Seminarius Arts Director at Asbury Seminary. To see Shannon’s own work, visit her website.