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When it comes to church and art, there is certainly a disconnect regarding money. Although this is only one of many reasons churches and artists often miss each other, it is an important one.
Jonny finishes off his reflections on 2020 with four more artworks from around the Sputnik network that all look beyond the trials of today and draw us into a better tomorrow.
Artists don’t just document events, they seek out the meaning that lies behind those events. Jonny presents three more pieces from our 'in the rough' exhibition that looked to get under the skin of 2020.
Jazz musician Max Roach noted that "the artist is like a secretary... he keeps a record of his time." In our 'in the rough' exhibition, several artistic secretaries, from in and around our network, kept a record of 2020 for us.
2020 was meant to be the year of the Gathering for Sputnik. Instead, it’s been the year of not gathering for all of us! Jonny breaks down one thing that he's learnt in the carnage of 2020.
In place of our planned Bristol Faith and Arts Day, we’re going to take the conversation on to Zoom.
Author Peter Laws' dropped in on the Birmingham Hub to present a thorough and thought provoking examination of why people are drawn to the macabre and morbid.