ARTS Vol. 29, No. 2
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In this issue, Richard Rosengarten invites readers to consider retablo as the theological architecture upon which Frida Kahlo painted her autobiographical works. Jeffrey Brackett wrestles with whether his mandalas are necessarily "spiritual." Helen Boursier shares her experience of working with women in an immigrant detention center on the Mexican border. Martin Shannon and Mons. Timothy Verdon outline how the Mount Tabor Ecumenical Centre for Art and Spirituality was born. We are pleased to include a new short story with an accompanying image by artist and cultural critic Bob Haverluck. Patrick Beldio and Kiki McGrath pick up commentary on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation by describing their curation of a show on the subject which was mounted at the Dadian Gallery at Wesley Theological Seminary. Mark McInroy rounds out the issue by noting the contents of three new titles in theology and the arts.
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ARTS: The Arts in Religious and Theological Studies is the journal of the Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies (SARTS), and is published by the Religion and the Arts Program at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities and the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas. ARTS appreciates the additional financial support of partner institutions. We are funded by donations from our partner institutions as well as individual memberships to the professional society and through subscriptions to ARTS: The Arts in Religious and Theological Studies. Your new or ongoing support is very much appreciated.