Atlanta Arts Network website. But here is an article outlying the event form their website:
"God is an arts patron – are you? The word “patron” comes from the
Latin word for “father.” God is the Father of the arts and all cultural
activities, and he works through them to reveal his nature and love his
children. Want to learn how you can join God in his creative and
redemptive work in the arts?
Join Atlanta Arts Network
and St. Paul’s Creatives Group at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church on
Friday evening, March 15, at 7:00pm for a special presentation
from our artists and from the director of Church and Art Network, Luann
Jennings. Luann is an Atlanta native who was working in the theater
community here when she was led to faith in Christ, and later called to
minister in the arts at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in NYC. For more
info contact Buddy Eades firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Arts career.” Is this an oxymoron? Working artists already know that
our vocation (calling) doesn’t arrive with a guaranteed salary. Where
does the creative calling fit into the spiritual, communal, and
financial life of the Christian? How do we balance pursuing godly
character with pursuing professional advancement? What are the right
steps to take next?
Atlanta Arts Network is hosting a one-day workshop, “The Path
Between: Entrepreneurship for Artists of the Church”, to consider these
questions and more. Saturday, March 16, from 10am-3pm at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church 163 Ponce De Leon Avenue Atlanta GA 30308. The cost is $25 including lunch.
Our guest facilitator will be Luann Jennings, director of Church and Art Network, and frequent writer/speaker on arts leadership and entrepreneurship.
RSVP required by March 12. Let us know you are interested and coming via our contact page.
Online Registration is coming soon."
Make sure to read the interview with presenter Luann Jennings. She is a tremendous artist and resource to artists. It will be a privilege to spend some time with her at this event.
Peace crew-Jeff Guy