Schedule

FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2009

9:30 AM –
10:30 AM

Biola University Student Chapel: Gregory Wolfe | Chase Gymnasium

6:15 PM –
7:00 PM

Dessert Reception  |  Calvary Chapel Patio

7:00 PM –
9:30 PM

| Calvary Chapel

Welcome:  Douglas Tarpley, Dean of Arts and Communications,Biola University
Presentation:  Stanley Matson, President of the C.S. Lewis Foundation

Keynote Address 1:  Gregory Wolfe, A Theology of Culture-Making
Panel Discussion 1:  Towards a Theology of Culture-Making and
Cultural Participation

Lou Huesmann, Senior Pastor, Grace Brethren Church of Long Beach
Richard C. Langer, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies and Theological Integration, Biola University
Stanley Matson, President of the C.S. Lewis Foundation

Musical Performance:  Robert Denham, Assistant Professor of Musical Theory and Composition, Biola University

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 2009

9:30 AM –
10:45 AM

| Calvary Chapel

Opening Remarks:  Barry Corey, President, Biola University
Artist Presentation: Patty Wickman, Associate Professor of Art, UCLA
Keynote Address 2:  James Romaine, A Theology of Art-Making

10:45 AM –
11:05 AM

Coffee Break | Calvary Chapel Patio

11:05 AM –
12:00 PM

| Calvary Chapel

Panel Discussion 2: Towards a Theology of Art-Making
Robert Denham, Assistant Professor of Musical Theory and Composition, Biola University
Melissa Schubert, Assistant Professor, Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University
Nancy Wang Yuen, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Biola University
Patty Wickman, Associate Professor of Art, UCLA

Theatrical Performance: Forrest Robinson, Assistant Professor of Theatre, and Theatre 21, Biola University

12:00 PM –
2:00 PM

Lunch Break – options include on-campus venues or nearby off-campus restaurants.

2:00 PM –
3:15 PM

| Calvary Chapel

Presentation: Judy Larson, Director of the Reynolds Gallery and the R. Anthony Askew Chair in Art, Westmont College

Keynote Address 3:  Gregory Wolfe, Journey, Practice, Vision

3:15 PM –
3:30 PM

Coffee Break | Calvary Chapel Patio

3:30 PM –
4:45 PM

| Calvary Chapel

Panel Discussion 3: Practicing Theology: Christianity in the Studio
David Adey, Assistant Professor of Art & Design, Point Loma Nazarene University
Jack Hafer, Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Arts, Biola University
David Hlebo, composer and professional musician

Film Screening

4:45 PM –
6:00 PM

| Biola Art Gallery

Hors D’oeuvres Symposium Reception and Opening for Objects of Grace
A significant symposium exhibition featuring the art of:
David Adey, Lynn Aldrich, Lael Corbin, Summer Meritt, Gwen Pool, Duncan Simcoe, James Skalman and Patty Wickman

Information about the Symposium

This is the fifth in a series of symposiums created and hosted by the Biola University Department of Art. Over the years these events have engaged both the Biola academic community as well as the larger Southern California arts community in stimulating and thoughtful dialogs regarding contemporary art and Christain faith. Goals of the Symposia are four fold: 1) to create a compelling forum for artists to gather to discuss and think about their vocation in a contemporary context; 2) to open space for dialogue between Christians and non-Christians regarding the relationship between art and faith; 3) to foster rich cross-disciplinary discussions concerning contemporary visual culture; and 4) to positively contribute to a broader regional Christian academic discourse.

This event has always been free and open to anyone wishing to attend. However, donations and contributions of any size are highly recommended to help defray expenses.

Speakers books and other significant books dealing with the arts and faith are provided courtesy of the Biola University Bookstore.

Biola University is located at 13800 Biola Avenue, La Mirada, California 90639. For further information call (562) 903-4807.