Art, the Sacred, and the Common Good:
Whether you attend in person on Friday and/or Saturday or via livestream (only Saturday’s program will be livestreamed), we are pleased to offer our program free of charge.
Friday afternoon’s program offers several opportunities for guests to explore the many rich cultural activities in Princeton. Attendees may go on a guided tour of ancient manuscripts at Princeton Theological Seminary library, see an art exhibit at the home of Scala’s Artist in Residence David Clayton, participate in an architectural tour of Princeton University, and experience evening prayer together.
Saturday’s program includes keynote presentations by artists renewing great traditions in sacred art, such as Aidan Hart and Jonathan Pageau, and further opportunities to participate in choral prayer. Scholars and educators will guide audiences to understand how today’s artists and composers are contributing to a renewal of culture. Attendees will learn about practices and resources they can bring to their own worship, education and family lives.
Questions? You can reach out to us at email@example.com.
Even though registration is free, for those attending in person, online registration is required as space is limited. If registering for more than one person, you will be prompted to register each person separately. Don’t wait to register—this event sold out one month in advance last year! Livestream registration will be available until shortly before the start of the event.
Be sure to check out travel and lodging instructions and great cultural activities to do while in Princeton! We can’t wait to see you in April 2023 in Princeton!