Artist and Revelation | Kirk Irwin

From the Series: Theology & the Arts

Kirk presented these ideas on theology and the arts to the college students and staff who participated in the Tribeca Arts Summer Project 2012* in New York City.

KIRK IRWIN
Arts Advocate & theologian

 

* Kirk & Sarah directed this event. You can read more about it in our July-August 2012 Newsletter.

Man and Revelation | Kirk Irwin

From the Series: Theology & the Arts

Kirk presented these ideas on theology and the arts to the college students and staff who participated in the Tribeca Arts Summer Project 2012* in New York City.

KIRK IRWIN
Arts Advocate & theologian

 

* Kirk & Sarah directed this event. You can read more about it in our July-August 2012 Newsletter.

God and Revelation | Kirk Irwin

From the Series: Theology & the Arts

Kirk presented these ideas on theology and the arts to the college students and staff who participated in the Tribeca Arts Summer Project 2012* in New York City.

KIRK IRWIN
Arts Advocate & theologian

 

* Kirk & Sarah directed this event. You can read more about it in our July-August 2012 Newsletter.

Beneath the Surface | FORUM ON BEAUTY | Joseph Henderson

Friday Arts Project* & Bird and Key collaborated on a weekend-long gathering dedicated to an exploration of beauty. Kirk moderated several engagements with artists, musicians, writers and participants. Participants had opportunities to experience various forms of art and engaged with artists through interviews and dialogue.

 

Here is the fourth of several audio recordings of that weekend.

ACADEMIC PRESENTATION
by Joseph Henderson
WRITER & WINTHROP UNIVERSITY M.A. CANDIDATE

Mr. Henderson presented a paper: “Large and Startling Figures’: The Shock of Mystery in Barry Hannah, Annie Dillard, and Cormac McCarthy,” a conversation between Southern authors.

 

* For more information about Friday Arts Project, visit their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Friday-Arts-Project/103217787769

Beneath the Surface | FORUM ON BEAUTY | Casey Mink (2 of 2)

Friday Arts Project* & Bird and Key collaborated on a weekend-long gathering dedicated to an exploration of beauty. Kirk moderated several engagements with artists, musicians, writers and participants. Participants had opportunities to experience various forms of art and engaged with artists through interviews and dialogue.

 

Here is the third of several audio recordings of that weekend.

INTERVIEW
with Casey Mink
VIOLINIST

In Casey Mink’s 15 years of playing the violin, he has performed with the Florida Youth Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, served as string teacher at the University of Miami’s Young Musician’s camp, won an undergraduate research grant from the University of North Florida to study at the International Academy of Music, St. Petersburg, Russia, and received an invitation to be guest violinist with the North Florida Chorale’s concert tour to Portugal. In May-June 2010, he organized and participated in a concert series of solo and chamber music in Beijing and Fujian, China.

Casey recently earned a Master of Music in Performance from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.

 

* For more information about Friday Arts Project, visit their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Friday-Arts-Project/103217787769

Beneath the Surface | FORUM ON BEAUTY | Casey Mink (1 of 2)

Friday Arts Project* & Bird and Key collaborated on a weekend-long gathering dedicated to an exploration of beauty. Kirk moderated several engagements with artists, musicians, writers and participants. Participants had opportunities to experience various forms of art and engaged with artists through interviews and dialogue.

 

Here is the second of several audio recordings of that weekend.

PERFORMANCE
by Casey Mink
VIOLINIST

In Casey Mink’s 15 years of playing the violin, he has performed with the Florida Youth Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, served as string teacher at the University of Miami’s Young Musician’s camp, won an undergraduate research grant from the University of North Florida to study at the International Academy of Music, St. Petersburg, Russia, and received an invitation to be guest violinist with the North Florida Chorale’s concert tour to Portugal. In May-June 2010, he organized and participated in a concert series of solo and chamber music in Beijing and Fujian, China.

Casey recently earned a Master of Music in Performance from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.

 

* For more information about Friday Arts Project, visit their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Friday-Arts-Project/103217787769

Beneath the Surface | FORUM ON BEAUTY | Luke Allsbrook

Friday Arts Project* & Bird and Key collaborated on a weekend-long gathering dedicated to an exploration of beauty. Kirk moderated several engagements with artists, musicians, writers and participants. Participants had opportunities to experience various forms of art and engaged with artists through interviews and dialogue.

 

Here is the first of several audio recordings of that weekend.

Luke Allsbrook

LECTURE & INTERVIEW
with Luke Allsbrook
PAINTER

lukeallsbrook.net

Luke received a BFA in Painting from Indiana University (Bloomington) and an MFA (cum laude) from The New York Academy of Art. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the US and is included in the Forbes collection, Mercedes Benz, The US Department of State, and in the collection of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales. Mr. Allsbrook served as official tour artist for The Prince on his 2005 state tour of the United States.

He now resides in the mountains of Western North Carolina with his wife, Renee, and four children (Boyd, Charlotte, Calvin, and Margaret).

 

* For more information about Friday Arts Project, visit their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Friday-Arts-Project/103217787769

ON BEAUTY | in the context of culture and its institutions | Kirk Irwin

LECTURE & DISCUSSION

A subject that has been discussed for millennia, “Beauty” is still important today…maybe more so. But WHAT is it? Why is it important? And how is it related to the Art community and the non-artist community? Is it mere “window dressing”—confined to that which we see in the visible world, or is it perhaps a deeper thing? What is the source of Beauty? Is it a brute power—in and of itself—like “the Force” in Star Wars? Is it even valuable to simple everyday life?

This lecture was the subject of our October 2011 Newsletter.

 

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* For more information about Friday Arts Project, visit their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Friday-Arts-Project/103217787769

Art & Christianity | Kirk Irwin

Kirk speaks about art and faith at Lamar Baptist Church in Beaumont, TX.

 

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