Update: Watch Psalms in Dialogue: (Be)Holding the Broken Pieces:
Also watch a conversation with the artists and scholars from Psalms in Dialogue.
To be broken is to be called into improvisation, into “making” as devotion. This is how we enter a dialogue with the Psalms, one that began thousands of years ago, among men and women of faith, speaking and listening to God.
In an online presentation on Sunday, October 3, at 5:00 p.m. EDT, Duke University Chapel and the Duke Chapel Choir will welcome visual artist Makoto Fujimura, theologian Dr. Ellen Davis, Tap Legacy Foundation co-founder Andrew Nemr, Ekklesia Contemporary Ballet, and dancer Paiter van Yperen for an evening of creativity and conversation inspired by the biblical Psalms. In the program, artists, musicians, theologians, singers, and dancers will present performances and works inspired by five Psalms: 46, 88, 90, 91, and 92.
The presentation will begin at 5:00 p.m. and then be followed by a live, online conversation with the participants at 6:15 p.m. Registration is required.
Click here to register. Upon registration you will receive links to the video presentation and Zoom webinar.
This year's presentation is the third part of the Chapel's Psalms in Dialogue multi-year series. Read more about it in Chapel View magazine.