Article Image: 'Rosa's Corkishmen'
This Friday, we're catching up with another Incarnate alum. Emily Langenberg attended Incarnate in 2016, and she produces artwork filled with beauty and whimsy with deep underlying themes. Find out more about Emily in her own words below!
At the end of last year, a new book became available that explores the effects artists have on communities. Author Brian Schrag released Artistic Dynamos: An Ethnography on Music in Central African Kingdoms, exploring the idea of the artist as energizer.
We are continuing to catch up with some Incarnate alumni as we reflect on all God did during the recent Incarnate Leadership Workshop. Read below about this beautiful and thought-provoking mural, 'The Rain Will Come,' painted by Wendy Bartel.
Last week, our Inspiro staff was busy with the Incarnate Leadership Workshop (ILW) - a training for those preparing to lead Incarnate 2022. Part of the week was spent learning about the theology behind arts in missions.
There are many different ways to create artwork. Chris Steinz from Amsterdam has combined painting with fashion design. He creates a piece of art, digitalises it, and then turns it into a design for a shirt or hoodie.
This week, we are busy with Incarnate Leadership Training and are excited to catch up with our Incarnate alumni. This video was created by Susana Rodriguez to celebrate International Tap Day which happened earlier this week (May 25). Susana attended Incarnate in 2014.
This week, Inspiro is busy with the Incarnate Leadership Workshop. Participants in the workshop are preparing to help lead Incarante 2022 and are taking in lots of rich information about ethnodoxology, arts, theology, and so much more. As we think about Incarnate this week, we are taking some time to catch up with our Incarnate alumni.
On Monday, we introduced you to Steven Chuchu from Tanzania and his new album, 'Omoghaka wa Nguru.' Today, we are featuring more about songs 3-5 on the album. Read below to find out about this beautiful new music!