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from CCCA Cultural Conversations
by Todd Pickett, Malcolm Guite, and Steve Bell
March 25, 2015
Dr. Todd Pickett speaks with Malcolm Guite and Steve Bell about the role of poetry, creativity, and repitition in the Christian life. They discuss the practice of liturgy and how a revamped underst...
by Malcolm Guite
March 23, 2015
Poet and singer-songwriter Malcolm Guite shares original works and discusses his intention, inspiration, and experience with each piece. Guite's supurb command of language shines through both his c...
from 2015 CCCA Conference
by Dane Sanders, Karen Swallow Prior, Joshua Clayton, and Stephen Proctor
March 7, 2015
Dane Sanders, Joshua Clayton, Karen Swallow Prior, and Stephen Proctor share their stories of artistically engaging digital technology. Each speaker shares how they have struggled with the unique c...
by Camille Tucker and Eriq La Salle
February 19, 2015
Camille Tucker speaks with writer and actor Eriq La Salle about his career and the two thriller novels he has recently written. La Salle shares his motivation and method for writing the dark novels...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
by Bo Caldwell
March 20, 2014
Author Bo Caldwell discusses her book, "City of Tranquil Light," and her journey as she developed her characters and their relationships. She explains her underlying creative process and the ideas ...
by Ron Hansen
March 19, 2014
Award winning author Ron Hansen speaks about the inspiration and purpose of his writings. He explains some of the character development that he writes about and how these characters have been craft...
from 2014 CCCA Razor's Edge Conference
March 1, 2014
Author Ron Hansen considers why stories have the incredible power to captivate attention and engage listeners. He notes that stories for their own sake, without a particularly intentional theme fro...
by Laura Lasworth
March 1, 2014
Artist Laura Lasworth of Seattle Pacific University shares some of her artwork and discusses how visual art and narrative coincide. She explains the inspiration behind many of her pieces, particula...
by Jessica Brown, Frederick Duquette, and Natasha Duquette
February 6, 2014
A variety of writers and scholars consider the aesthetic views of Jane Austen as demonstrated in her literary works. They explain how she engages her contemporaries' philosophical perspectives and ...
by Trevor Hart, Matt Jenson, and William Dyrness
November 8, 2013
A number of experts convene to address the topics of art and creativity and consider how they influence on culture, theology, Christianity in practice, and the essence of humanity. The speakers rep...