Wednesday, February 10 at 1 PM Eastern

Presented as part of the forthcoming Faith in Arts Institute, in partnership with UNC Asheville

Hosted by BMCM+AC and UNC Asheville, these conversations and interviews with a diverse group of artists, curators, faith leaders, and scholars explore the role of arts in spiritual practice and religious life and the role of spiritual practice and religious life in the arts.

André Daughtry is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary photography and media artist, writer, and performer born in Queens, NY. André’s work as a “speculative social documentarian” explores contemporary expressions/experiences of the spiritual, mystical, and theological in the contexts of pluralistic democracies. Since 2016, Daughtry has served as Community Minister of the Arts at Judson Memorial Church.

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André Daughtry, “Paul Tillich, Judson Church, and the Avant-Garde” from the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (November 17, 2018) DOWNLOAD + READ