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Lost Da Vinci becomes most expensive painting ever sold

Is there anything to glean from the extravagant sale of Salvador Mundi?

Pristine synth-pop from London newcomers Dutchkid

Hear the debut single by the S. London four-piece

Richard’s Immaculata Cosmica project now available online

Fascinating montages of Renaissance religous art and space

New Photographic Exhibition in London by Samuel J Butt

The SE London photographer presents a collection from his last 7 years

A Handy Introduction to Church & The Arts by Keir Shreeves

A succinct but thorough introduction to the importance of the arts for local churches

Book in to the 2017 Everything Conference

The Everything Conference is back. We're going. Join us!

Katriona Beales’ latest exhibit explores digital hyper-connectivity

Last chance to see 'Are We All Addicts Now?'

New Illuminated Bible by Dana Tanamachi

Reviving the Middle Age practice of illumination


Influencing Culture

The decline of Christianity in the western world is much heralded. More concerning than the persistent decline in church attendance though is the apparent absence of a powerful Christian voice into our society. For years, the church has disengaged from the areas of public life that seem most key in shaping culture, and one of these is the arts. In this series, we explore whether Christians should seek to right this situation, with a particular focus on the role Christian artists can take in influencing our culture.

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