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Arts & Theology

Students and alumni in the Christianity and the Arts concentration share their creative work with The Regent World.

CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 26, Number 1, Winter 2014 / Arts & Theology
Be Painful by Young Tae Choi

Be Painful

Young Tae Choi explores themes of isolation, homelessness, and hopelessness in his oil painting, "Be Painful."   More…

Portraits

Alec Arnold hopes to resuscitate the church’s aesthetic sensibilities—either directly as an artist, or academically, through theological reflection on the significance of beauty.   More…

Gathering Dust

Adam Back works in mixed media/collage and seeks to create beautiful and sensuous work that calls us back to the embodied life of creatures with senses.   More…

Redemption's Reign

Jared Crossley is writing songs about Easter and remembrance for his Integrative Project in the Arts and Theology at Regent College to be performed in spring 2014. Listen to “Redemption’s Reign."   More…

Illustrations from Salvador's Questions

Megan Fraser illustrated a children's book called Salvador's Questions written by fellow Regent student Heather King. The book adddresses questions about death, heaven, and the afterlife.   More…

Love Song

Christy Hildebrand reimagines the Song of Solomon in her poem "Love Song" that appears in her YA novel Such Stuff and Substance.   More…

Apocyrphal Saints: John of Rievaulx1

Matt Malyon's poem, "Apocyrphal Saints: John of Rievaulx" takes the reader to Rievaulx Abbey on a night of unexpected translation.   More…

Talking to Trees

Duncan Ris seeks to integrate theological reflection with creative practice in the marketplace. His video "Talking to Trees" is rooted in the gift of a series of found poems his grandmother had created from Emily Carr’s journals.   More…

Jerusalem

Karina Svalya is an artist best recognized for her cityscape and landscape impasto oil paintings. Her semi-abstract piece "Jerusalem" depicts one section of the Via Dolorosa.   More…

Volume 25, Number 2, Fall 2013

Constance Chan: Dancing to a Foreign Beat

Step into the shoes of a Regent grad from Singapore, Constance Chan (MCS '11) who discovered the art of flamenco and its relationship to theology while studying at Regent College in Vancouver.   More…

Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 2013

Dan Law: The Workshop

Dan Law's sculptural installations made of hand-salvaged wood explore the boundaries between art, theology, and work. The installations were on display at Regent College's Lookout Gallery from April 3 to May 9, 2013.   More…

Volume 24, Number 2, Fall 2012

Film Spotlight:
I Am Your Father

My Integrative Project in the Arts and Theology (IPIAT) was an autobiographical documentary film called I Am Your Father. The film was a modern interpretation of the Haggadah tradition, in which Israelite parents would explain the miracles of their Exodus liberation story to their children at the Passover Seder.   More…