Curating Community Through the Arts

NEW Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Track for Clergy of All Faiths

Curating Community Through the Arts

Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC

The arts generate and sustain communities. By studying and supporting the arts, faith leaders can discover new ways to bring people together, both in church and beyond. Explore the role of art, architecture, literature, and film in community formation using tools from biblical studies, theological aesthetics, and cultural studies. Teaching consists of short-stay courses, on-line learning, and study trips, tailored to the needs and schedules of professionals in DC and around the world.

Apply now, places limited!

Contact:  Dr. Aaron Rosen, Director, Henry Luce III Center for the Arts & Religion

Start:  Jan 2021.  Graduation anticipated:  May 2025.

Aaron Rosen, PhD (Cantab)Professor of Religion & Visual CultureDirector, Henry Luce III Center for the Arts & ReligionWesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC
Visual Arts Editor, Image Journal
Recent Books: Brushes with FaithArt & Religion in the 21st Century & Encounters

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