Category Archives: The Arts Engine

My Theory of Art Making

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The Ghosts of Mariposa

Playwright and poet  S.C. Pinney has written a new play called, “The Ghosts of Mariposa”, which focuses on 3 characters with intellectual disabilities. The central character meets the  “ghost” of a woman with cerebral palsy in a soon to be … Continue reading

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Reconciliation

This article, published in Christian Week, pretty much says it all.  It’s so important that as Christians we find our way through the confrontations and hurts that we encounter along the way. I hope that this reconciliation allows for new … Continue reading

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Community….

 ….is such an overused word these days.  I wish it wasn’t because when I really mean it, I want to be able to use it.  This is one of those times. There is a community that lies at the intersection … Continue reading

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Make Good Tables

As Christian artists making art for a “churched” audience, we often get stuck between the forces of “good art” vs. “church-appropriate”. We often feel the pressure from church leaders and audiences to offer work that is message-driven, preachy and palatable.  Our … Continue reading

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Transmission One

Welcome to The Transmission, the periodical communications tool for artists, audiences, supporters and community members of The Arts Engine. I am hoping to use this blog space to provide information on the developments of The Arts Engine as we work … Continue reading

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