What's Cookin'

I wanted to take the moment and bring you up to speed on things that are coming down the line for Trinity's creative community.

Some dates are definitive and some are tentative but it still will whet your appetites! If you have any questions about the events, email me by clicking here: Jeff Guy

Every Thursday Night
Small Group for Artists | Rollins House in Virginia Highlands
Each week, a group of artists get together to read scripture and explore how it gives shape to their lives as children of God and as creative people. Led by photographers Ben Rollins and Josh Booth, this group is open to all Trinity artists. Join anytime.

Tuesdays, April 3rd, May 1st, June 5th
Artists Community Night | Tucciarone House in Cabbagetown
Every month we gather along with artists from other church communities to share what we do as creatives. We meet at the home of Latoya and Andrew Tucciarone in Cabbagetown. It is very casual and typically we have a conversation around a topic pertinent to our practices and faith in Jesus. There are also delicious snacks and beverages.

Saturday & Sunday May 5th-6th
Rural Studio Camping Trip | Newbern, Alabama
Limited to 20 people, architect Thomas Hardy and city planner Woody Giles will take us to Newbern, Alabama where Auburn's architecture students have worked over 2 decades on building sustainable and dignifying dwellings and civic structures for the communities there. We will tour the build sites and engage the community through their annual pig roast (don't be cast off you vegetarians, there will be food for those of us who abstain) More details to come!

Thursday, May 24th
5X15 | Trinity Anglican Mission
15 artists sharing for 5 minutes at a time on a subject they are passionate about. On these evenings, we get to experience what the creative class among us does - dancers dance, songwriters share their latest tune, visual artists talk about their work via slideshow -  you get the idea. It is a way to get inspired and blessed by the community we are a part of.

This is a small church house that was completed by the architecture students of Rural Studio.