At United, theological education is about more than just academics. It’s about shaping a new reality–and artistic expression is one of the most powerful ways to explore what it might look like. Whether you consider yourself an artist or not, you’ll benefit from the infusion of art in everything we do at United. From ever-changing art displays across campus to an academic concentration in Theology and the Arts, the arts are an integral part of what makes United such a unique and nurturing place.
The Intersection is United’s on-campus art studio, stocked with provisions to help you process, create, or illuminate. Take a creative break between classes, work on group projects in a safe, inviting space, or take special workshops. The Intersection is open for students and community members alike to explore the interplay between theology and the arts!
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The Jewish Women Artists’ Circle invited Christian artists to explore the theme of community with them. The result of that work is a powerful exhibition which will be in the gallery January 8 – February 16, 2018.
In this one-day session you will learn from renowned playwright Christina Ham how to discover and draw out the kernel of a story to develop writing that is robust in meaning, attention and impact.