Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 1 PM Eastern
Presented as part of the forthcoming Faith in Arts Institute
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.
Molly Silverstein is a poet, graduate student, and former BMCM+AC staff member. She currently studies at Harvard Divinity School, where her work focuses on spiritual care and counseling and the psychology of religion. Her writing has been previously published in Clerestory Magazine, Maudlin House, Sheila Na Gig, and Five 2 One Magazine, and she has performed with the Juniper Bends reading series based in Asheville, NC.
In the Summer of 2020, Molly Silverstein took part in our Faith in Arts Instagram Takeover Series.
Below are some of her reflections on spirituality, creativity, and Black Mountain College. Dive deeper into this series at #faithinarts
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