Transposing Aesthetics and Liturgy

by Anna Blanch on October 1, 2012


This week will see Transpositions host a symposium on Aesthetics and Liturgy, which I proud to be curating with Preston Yancey.

Most broadly, liturgy can be defined as a pattern for worship. Though one can engage in a liturgy alone, it is most commonly communal ritual action or observance. It encompasses public worship participated in and observed by a discrete religious group, according their particular and specific traditions as well as less formal approaches to worship. In the circumstances of some denominations or rites, liturgy can be prescribed.

For more including the schedule for this week, see the introduction post.

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