Crucial Conversations: Creativity and Religious Expression
Thursday, January 14
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM CST
Zoom (Registration Required)
How do you express your creativity?
How does that expression connect to your religious or other social identity?
Join Program Director Amanda Crichlow Silva for this Crucial Conversation as we explore in community the intersections of creativity, art, and religious identity.
This Crucial Conversation expands on ideas discussed in Abraham’s Whiteboard: Faith Becomes Art, Art Becomes Faith. Crucial Conversation attendees are encouraged — but not required — to attend or watch the recording of this month’s Abraham’s Whiteboard as well.
Crucial Conversations invite community members to come together to discuss the more difficult aspects of religion. Often at the intersections of race, ethnicity, gender expression, and sexuality, religion has played a role in limiting or erasing those identities. Yet, religion continues to play a large role within our society.
At Tri-Faith Initiative, we recognize the continued tension between such identities and religion. These conversations are essential to bring our community together, to build empathy and understanding, and to celebrate the identities that make us who we are.
This online event is welcoming and affirming to all to be open and willing to discuss these topics.
Tri-Faith Initiative events are recorded and archived on our YouTube Channel.
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