We are in a series where we are having conversations with artist from Regent around their artistic journey, how their faith intersects, and the work they have created. Abby Boggs will be filling in for Claire Perini for this series as Abby has an expertise in art herself.
This episode we had a conversation with a current student at Regent Daniel Du. He shared with us his artistic journey and how his faith has impacted it. He spoke to how art speak to both the transcendent reality and the injustices that many experience? Also, why it is art is so important for communication, especially in regards to controversial or misunderstood issues and ideas? Lastly, we talked about the pressures that many artist feel in responding to every issue that gets raised in culture. We hope you enjoy our conversation.
Feel free to view Daniel's art as well while you listen to the conversation.
Also, if you haven't heard of it check out The Dal Schindell Gallery, which has many different art exhibitions throughout the year.
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