1. "He's Risen" Easter Collaboration

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    from Ridge Point Creative / Added

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    We opened our Easter Weekend services with an original, multimedia, collaborative experience involving environmental projection, video production, narration, and live drums that started out on a 60'x40' Scrim that would transition us into Covenant Worship's song, "Risen," with a powerful reveal of the Cross! This is a 12-Cam sync of the footage across three services; including the mix-down of all audio. Gear Used: Canon 5DMIII Canon 7D GoPro 4 S (x2) GoPro 3 Sony ActionCam

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    • Where is God?

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      from Richard Montoya / Added

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      This work was created for Advent 2014. It centered on the theme of Immanuel. God With Us. Isaiah 7–12. 120" x 30" Inkjet on Vinyl with accompanied Magenta and Cyan Filters Christ Community Church, Charlottesville, VA www.richardmontoya.net © Richard Montoya. All Rights Reserved.

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      • Berardo Museum of Modern Art Lisbon

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        No art without its proper art space. Imagine the ancient cave drawings without their rock walls hidden away from the harsh daylight - in sand, carved in tree bark, or tatooed on the skin of the cave people? If they were, we wouldn't know. Modern art has found many proper spaces - from the high-brow gallery to the street. But graffiti doesn't do it in a small frame, and the metro car or big ugly wall is nothing artistic without the graffiti. Without any artistic space, the German paintings hidden away for decades in a dank Munich apartment existed only in the memory banks of art history. Paintings can be displayed to good effect in many settings, even in your living room if the art doesn't overtax your wall space. But few installations, performances (including of course musical performances) or sculptures can be thus accommodated. I'll stop just short of saying that the art space makes the art, but it has the power to turn really any object into an object d'art. The museums of modern art occupy the highest position in today's universe of art spaces. Like churches, once the premiere art spaces, they are embued with the sacred. With the proliferation of art spaces on the Internet, modern art museums only gain further in exclusivity. But they are not in control of the art video. They make some room for video displays in their sacred halls, but they will remain an afterthought to paintings and installations. And they don't allow the kind of pace of consumption that we take for granted as surfers. Any HD screen from the smart phone to the home theater provides an alternative art space. And the number of visitors on video art sites far outstrips that of museums of modern art. We increasingly make our own art spaces and modes of art appreciation. And we use our own ideas to decide what is art, what is good art, and what perhaps even partakes in the sublime.

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        • CAM Centro de Arte Moderna Lisbon

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          from Nunca Silva / Added

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          No art without its proper art space. Imagine the ancient cave drawings without their rock walls hidden away from the harsh daylight - in sand, carved in tree bark, or tatooed on the skin of the cave people? If they were, we wouldn't know. Modern art has found many proper spaces - from the high-brow gallery to the street. But graffiti doesn't do it in a small frame, and the metro car or big ugly wall is nothing artistic without the graffiti. Without any artistic space, the German paintings hidden away for decades in a dank Munich apartment existed only in the memory banks of art history. Paintings can be displayed to good effect in many settings, even in your living room if the art doesn't overtax your wall space. But few installations, performances (including of course musical performances) or sculptures can be thus accommodated. I'll stop just short of saying that the art space makes the art, but it has the power to turn really any object into an object d'art. The museums of modern art occupy the highest position in today's universe of art spaces. Like churches, once the premiere art spaces, they are embued with the sacred. With the proliferation of art spaces on the Internet, modern art museums only gain further in exclusivity. But they are not in control of the art video. They make some room for video displays in their sacred halls, but they will remain an afterthought to paintings and installations. And they don't allow the kind of pace of consumption that we take for granted as surfers. Any HD screen from the smart phone to the home theater provides an alternative art space. And the number of visitors on video art sites far outstrips that of museums of modern art. We increasingly make our own art spaces and modes of art appreciation. And we use our own ideas to decide what is art, what is good art, and what perhaps even partakes in the sublime.

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          • Modern Art in Churches - The Rt Revd Lord Richard Harries

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            Beginning with Walter Hussey at St Matthew's, Northampton, in the 1940's, churches have been much bolder than many earlier decades in commissioning modern art. Richard Harries looks specifically at modern works of art that have been placed in churches over the last 70 years and finds here an encouraging story. His new book, based on his Gresham Lectures, The Image of Christ in Modern Art, will be available for sale. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/modern-art-in-churches Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greshamcollege

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            • FaithSnap Kids 3-22-13

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              from Stuart Swann / Added

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              1 minute video: Young models and "snap" photographers introduce the web address for "FaithSnap". You can find many photos with these two enthusiastic snappers at www.faithsnap.com.

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              • Oil painting - Eva Bartosova

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                from Eva Bartosova / Added

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                Eva Bartosova, oil on canvas, oil paintings, sacred art, stille of life, flowers

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