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Art + Faith: A Theology of Making, with Makoto Fujimura
On January 29 in partnership with The Rabbit Room and Windrider Productions we are delighted to host artist, author, and senior fellow Mako Fujimura for a conversation around his brand new book, Art + Faith: A Theology of Making. Mako believes that in the act of making we are able to know and experience the depth of God's being and grace.

Mako says, "I now consider what I do in the studio to be theological work as much as aesthetic work. I experience God, my Maker, in the studio. I am immersed in the art of creating, and I have come to understand this dimension of life as the most profound way of grasping human experience and the nature of our existence in the world. I call it the "Theology of Making."

We hope you will join us as we explore the theological work of creating.

Special thanks to this event's sponsors:
Doug Wilson
Larry and Betsy Roadman
Windrider Productions

Jan 29, 2021 01:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Learn more about our speaker, Makoto Fujimura, and our co-hosts, The Rabbit Room.

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Makoto Fujimura
Makoto Fujimura is a leading contemporary artist whose process driven, refractive “slow art” has been described by David Brooks of New York Times as “a small rebellion against the quickening of time”. He is an arts advocate, writer, and speaker who is recognized worldwide as a cultural influencer. A Presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts from 2003-2009, Fujimura served as an international advocate for the arts, speaking with decision makers and advising governmental policies on the arts. His book “Refractions” (NavPress) and “Culture Care” (IVPress) reflects many of his thesis on arts advocacy written during that time. His books have won numerous awards including the Aldersgate Prize for "Silence and Beauty" (IVPress). Fujimura founded the International Arts Movement in 1992, now IAMCultureCare, which over sees Fujimura Institute.