Art in a Postsecular Age

by 2017 Biola Arts Symposium

The 12th annual Biola Arts Symposium, hosted by the Center for Christianity, Culture, and the Arts
This one-day conference gathered several prominent scholars and artists to explore the "return of religion" in contemporary art.

Session 1: What is Postsecularity?
Lori Branch, Associate Professor of English Literature, University of Iowa
Jeffrey Kosky, Professor of Religion, Washington & Lee University
Discussion moderated by Haein Park, Associate Professor of English, Biola University

Session 2: Art History in a Postsecular Age
Sally Promey, Professor of Religion and Visual Culture, Yale University
James Elkins, Professor of Art History, Theory and Criticism, Art Institute of Chicago
Matthew Milliner, Associate Professor of Art History, Wheaton College
Discussion moderated by Jonathan A. Anderson, Associate Professor of Art, Biola University

Session #3: Art Making in a Postsecular Age
Amanda Hamilton, Artist, Associate Professor of Art, Bethel University
Stuart Krimko, Poet, former Co-Director of David Kordansky Gallery
Discussion moderated by Taylor Worley, Associate Professor of Faith and Culture at Trinity International University 

Session 4: Art in a Postsecular Age
Panel Discussion moderated by Jonathan A. Anderson




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