By: Kenyon Adams, originally posted on the Center for Faith & Work. Last fall I had the pleasure and honor of contributing to the National Arts Policy Roundtable, an inspired gathering engendered in the minds of Robert Redford and his friend Robert Lynch (President of Americans for the Arts). The roundtable was recently discussed in the … Read More
Originally posted on the Center for Faith & Work. CFW Living Room participant and Vocation Group Leader Fiona Dieffenbacher has published a textbook, Fashion Thinking. Fieldnotes Magazine features an article by Fiona where she describes her motivation for creating the book: “As I searched for academic textbooks in the field of fashion that might provide support I … Read More
By: Suna Chung, originally posted on the Center for Faith & Work. Consider the lilies of the field. Our God made beautiful stuff, even though he also built it to expire. This is a strange struggle for us on earth: to admire but not to fret, to see beyond the moment (though mesmerizing) to the … Read More
By: Kelley Sullivan, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. I first heard of In the Living Room, a 7-week artist intensive offered by the Center for Faith & Work, in a service on Redeemer’s Upper West Side before the downtown congregation was a reality. I was blessed in September and October with the … Read More
By Julia Easterlin, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. Earth, Ash, Us was commissioned by the Center for Faith & Work during the artist’s residency in Spring 2014. In this piece, the artist seeks to explore and demonstrate themes of interdependence and empathy through acapella performance. As stated by musician Brian Eno, … Read More
Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. Robyn Shapiro, Director of Community at the Lowline, speaks at the Faith & Work Conference about how imagination and innovation have often led us underground. With beautiful design and inspiring architecture, the Lowline seeks to be the first underground park in New York City using a … Read More
By Rachel Printy, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. This summer I was accepted into the CFW’s Faith & Art Course. I was both thrilled and terrified. As someone whose primary job was in healthcare, my identity as a writer was a relatively new one. Sure, I’d had a couple short stories … Read More
By Penelope Morgan, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. When I started staying home with my daughter Cecily, I fulfilled a dream and started my own handmade business. In February, I opened a shop on Etsy, selling children’s accessories, toys and décor. Click here to continue reading.
Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. In the Spring of 2017, CFW awarded multi-discplinary artist Lea Fulton a six-week residency wherein the artist would create a new work based on the given theme of “the unfinished work”. Fulton’s work explored our theme through an immersive installation centered on the experience of forgiveness. … Read More
Originally posted on the Center for Faith and Work. Tina Chang speaks on the concepts behind Divine Details, a store that curates well-designed common goods with the idea that the everyday objects we use to live our lives matter. Click here to continue reading.