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CS Arts Issue 28 - October 2007 

This edition expands on the idea of "doing" theology through art, introduced  to readers of CS Arts last year (issue 25, November 2006). We hear from Jeremy Begbie, the founder of an international project advocating a conversation between the two practices.

A New Zealander is at the leading edge of this movement - Murray Rae shares his story and his vision. Joanna Osborne looks at one expression of such a spiritual enquiry: water and light as metaphors for  the Incarnation.

 

Features

Hidden Places
Continued from issue 25. Joanna Osborne considers artists exploring the divine through metaphors of water and light
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New Insights Through Art
The founder of Theology Through The Arts, Jeremy Begbie, advocates a mutually informative conversation between art and theology
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Interviews

Through the lens
Briar March, documentary filmmaker
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Spaces and conversations
Murray Rae, lecturer in systematic theology
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Reviews

Impressions of dissillusionment and hope
Alberto Giacometti vs. Georges Rouault

Strange Weather
Chrysalis Seed group exhibition at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch

The Eternal Thread - Te Aho Mutunga Kore
Group exhibition at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o  Waiwhetu

Jonathan Baker at Campell Grant Galleries, Christchurch

Don Binney '96 - '06 Artis Gallery, Auckland

Rust and Moth
Anne Fountain at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch

Samuel Harrison at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch

 

Film review

Amazing Grace
Directed by Michael Apted

 

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