OVM to Present "Faith & The Arts" Symposium
The St. Photios the Great Faith & Learning Symposium will be held on Saturday, February 23, 2013 in the Library Reading Room at Hellenic College Holy Cross. This annual event provides Orthodox Christian college students from Boston-area colleges and universities the space to reflect on the relationship between their faith and lives as college students. This year we will be exploring the topic of "Faith and the Arts" and will address how we, as Orthodox Christians, understand the relationship between our faith and the arts – literature, poetry, theatre and the fine arts.
We will be exploring the following questions:
- What is the place of the arts – literature, poetry, art, music, theater – in the Christian life?
- What is the relationship between the artistic impulse and the experience of faith?
- What does it mean to be an Orthodox Christian artist?
James C. Skedros, Th.D.
The Michael G. and Anastasia Cantonis Professor of Byzantine Studies and Professor of Early Christianity at Hellenic College
Tiffany Ann Conroy Moore, Ph.D.
Academic, professional actor, and author of Kozintsev’s Shakespeare Films
John Estes, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at Malone University
9:30am Coffee & Registration
10:00am Welcome & Panel Presentation
11:15am Discussion Groups
12:45pm Discussion Presentations & Speaker Q&A
2:00pm Snack Break
2:15pm Student and Faculty Reading
3:15pm Symposium Wrap-up
5:00pm Great Vespers
Contact Mike Tishel by Thursday, Feb. 21, to sign up to share your work: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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