God’s gifts to everyone include those of imagination and creativity. Music has long been central to college life, worship and theological reflection, and has played important roles in the Reformed tradition and congregational worship. Words matter hugely to us in their ability to voice deep emotion, to touch our souls and to express our theology. Now the making of all sorts of visual art and engaging with the visual can sit alongside these other forms of expression and theology.
The studio, formally opened and dedicated on 8th June 2017, is being used for our events, courses and teaching. But it will also be available to guests spending time at Westminster on retreat or study to explore the creative and imaginative dimensions of your own pilgrimage with God.
To see how the building progressed as it was built from December 2016 to it’s opening, visit the Art Studio tag on our blog.