Two opportunities for artists to submit their work on religious and intercultural themes:
2012 Faith Through A Lens winner Paul Triller’s Brothers in Arms.
Faith Through a Lens is looking for
“the amateur photographer that best captures the essence of faith and the community.”
Suggested themes include ‘community spirit against the odds’ and ‘a community hero’.
Prizes include photographic equipment and the judges include Paresh Solanki from the Inter Faith Network and photojournalist Don McCullin (profiled this week on BBC1). The deadline for submission is 14 October.
3FF has put out a call for submissions to their annual Urban Dialogues exhibition, which this year includes some outdoor space.
“This exhibition is designed to stimulate dialogue in the contemporary arts, reflecting the cultural diversity of our society, but also exploring issues of fragmentation and dissonance.
We are looking for artists to present fresh ideas and approaches that challenge our understanding of who we are and what we believe.”
The deadline is 15 July.
Faith Through a Lens finalists will be invited to an awards ceremony in London on 20 November. Successful Urban Dialogues submissions will be exhibited at the Red Gallery 1-13 October.
Pass the word around to amateur photographers and professional/aspiring artists.
Contentious area – and a new study to tease out what’s going on.
The project seeks to inform public debate in this contentious area and equip users of research in public, private and voluntary and community sector organisations (including among policy makers, and in religion and belief groups) to make a difference by developing understanding, policy and practice in a more evidence-based way.
The University of Derby is looking for people to work on the study – details on their jobs website (deadline 9th October).
Minarets, wearing of crosses, niqabs – how are things changing in relation to religious expression here in London and across Europe?
The Faith & Public Policy Forum seminars are always good value.
Tuesday 16th November 5.30 – 7pm
Lorenzo Zucca, Lecturer in Law, King’s College London
The Betrayal of Tolerance in Europe: An exploration of EU policy & law in relation to religion
The Old Committee Room (3c), Strand Campus, King’s College London (just along from the chapel)
Full listing of Faith & Public Policy Forum events.