“Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at.” In this PEACEtalk video Dr Alix Beeston pursues the possibilities of resistance to the reigning visual order by looking in new ways at images of women in photography
Join us this Easter as we recall Jesus’ passion and death, celebrate his resurrection to new life and taste the freedom and joy he gives to all.
Dr Meredith Lake explores what painters and writers have made of the bible. What have they had to say about the bible and its role in their creative processes? What does their work suggest about western crises of faith and the horizons of belief in contemporary Australia? Saturday 8 April at 7:30 pm
Dangerous God, Rescue us from any domesticated, benign, anodyne pictures of you. Show us your disturbing glory in Jesus, crucified and risen. Fill us with your Holy Spirit, upend our false comforts, banish our self-accusations, and draw us into the world you love in acts of dangerous service.
In the next ten weeks to Easter we will be guided by the books of renowned theologian and previous Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams ‘Being Christian’ & ‘Being Disciples’.