1. Stations of the Cross


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    Through his abstract portrayal of the Stations of the Cross, priest and artist Bill Moore offers space for people to slow down and find artistic nourishment. Producer: Nate Risdon Producer: Michaela O'Donnell Long Director/Editor/DP: Daniel W. Long AC/Production Assistant: Chelsea McInturff Participants: Fr. Bill Moore Maria Fee Eric Tai Debi Yu Tamara McMahon Ingrid Melendez Nate Risdon Todd Johnson Tamisha Tyler Jenn Graffius Mark Finney Beatriz Rodriguez

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    • A Pastor Goes to SXSW - A Brehm Center Immersion Experience


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      What can the culture teach the church? Join pastor Rev. Barbara Buck as she attends a class from Fuller Theological Seminary at the South by Southwest Music Festival and learns that her quest for culture becomes a very personal journey.

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      • Portraits of Mystery


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        This series was shot in partnership with Dance Truck, a mobile performance platform based Atlanta, Georgia. My goals for this series were to explore the movement of a human body in motion that our eyes often miss and to engage communities through all states of this work. The shot took place at Wheat Street Urban Gardens in a parked 10x10 U-Haul type truck during a neighborhood party. One by one six talented Atlanta dancers transformed an ordinary truck into a magical performance space where one constant light their stage. The dancers bodies became my paintbrush in the frame of my camera as I slowed down my shutter to capture the motion that our eye often misses. The final series of images where shown at the Genema Gallery as part of the arts ministry of Christ Church Presbyterian.

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        • Lauralee Farrer - Mentoring and Being an Artist-In-Residence


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          Lauralee Farrer discusses how being a Brehm Center Artist-In-Residence fits with her sense of vocation.

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          • Lauralee Farrer - Writing and Transcendence


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            Brehm Center Artist-In-Residence Lauralee Farrer discusses her writing process and where how she finds transcendence in her work.

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            • Lauralee Farrer - Advice on Making Art


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              Brehm Center Artist-In-Residence Lauralee Farrer shares what's she has learned about making art.

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              • The Gospel After Christendom - Ryan Bolger, Phyllis Tickle and Eddie Gibbs


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                Watch the celebration of the release of THE GOSPEL AFTER CHRISTENDOM, edited by Ryan Bolger, as a tribute to Eddie Gibbs. Comments by Phyllis Tickle.

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                • Peter Rollins lecture at Fuller Seminary & the Brehm Center


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                  Peter Rollins offers some of this thoughts on modern Christianity and some of his theological explorations, followed by a Q&A time with Pete and Barry Taylor, Brehm Center professor of arts and culture. brehmcenter.org for more information.

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                  • Joel


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                    "Joel" - The final project with my buddy Shawn McCain for Fuller Theological Seminary Brehm Center class: TC516 - Theology, Art and Worship Equipments used: Nikon D90 / Nikon 50mm lens-f/1.8, Canon 5D / Canon 50mm lens-f/1.2 / Canon 70-200mm-f/2.8 / Canon 24-70mm lens-f/2.8 Music: "Your Hand in Mine" by Explosions in the Sky Voice over: Luke Brooks

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                    • Too Deep For Words: Using Art In Ministry


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                      Speaker(s): Clay Schmit and Christopher Slatoff

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