Over at Transpositions there has been a series of exceptionally thoughtful and thought-provoking posts about the role of the Christian Artist which have raised some questions about the nature of both “Christian art” and the artist’s sense of membership with the church.
I commend the following posts to you.
In The Burden of Autonomy, Sara Schumacher discusses what happens when a client says “do whatever you want.”
Jenn Craft’s post, Christianity, Creation, and Art along with her two-part series titled Where Does our Service Lie?: The Christian Artist and the Church (Part 1) and Where does our service lie?: The Christian Artist and the Church (Part 2) explore what it means to be a Christian artist.
Anna M Blanch is founder of Goannatree, and a PhD candidate in the Institute of Theology, Imagination, and the Arts, University of St Andrews. She posts weekly over at Transpositions, a blog on Theology, Imagination, and the Arts.