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The Rabbit Room Symposium: A Conference on Faith and Art

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Music. Story. Art. In what ways does our faith inform our creativity? How can we approach these genres as Christians?

Join us on December 3-4, 2021 on the campus of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC for the Rabbit Room Symposium addressing the faithful interaction of faith and the arts.

At the symposium, hosted by the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture, you’ll learn about songwriting, creative writing, visual art, the creative process and more from Andrew Peterson, Karen Swallow Prior, Jess Ray, and Kyra Hinton. Plus, the symposium leads up to Andrew Peterson’s Behold the Lamb of God concert on December 4.

Note: Registration for the Rabbit Room is an “add-on” ticket to the Behold the Lamb of God concert. You do not have to register for the concert to register for the Rabbit Room Symposium.

Register for only $10

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Schedule

Friday, December 3 | Free Lecture

  • 7:00 pm |  “Called to Create” (Ledford Center)
    featuring Karen Swallow Prior, Research Professor of English and Christianity and Culture at Southeastern Seminary. This evening lecture is a free event, and no registration is required.

Saturday, December 4 | Workshops

  • 10:30 am | Creative Non-Fiction Workshop (Appleby)
    featuring Karen Swallow Prior
  • 12:00 pm | Luncheon and Panel Discussion (Ledford Event Room)
    featuring Andrew Peterson, Andy Gullahorn, Karen Swallow Prior, Amy Whitfield, Jess Ray, and Kyra Hinton
  • 1:30 pm | Songwriting Workshop (Appleby)
    featuring Jess Ray
  • 3:30 pm | Visual Arts Workshop (Appleby)
    featuring Kyra Hinton

Note: Registration for the Rabbit Room is an “add-on” ticket to the Behold the Lamb of God concert. You do not have to register for the concert to register for the Rabbit Room Symposium.

Register for only $10

Register Now
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