*Interfaith Live 2013: Water*

*Interfaith Live 2013: Water* invites student artists to create a performance engaging their own religious tradition, or exploring points of connection, contact, and conflict with artistic collaborations from faith traditions that differ from their own.
–  Connect artistically with your own faith tradition and express your own identity through art.
– Create something new, educational challenging, hopeful, insightful, evocative with a friend or group of friends whose faiths differs from your own.
– Develop a performance on the theme of *Water* that engages your *big questions:* Transformation. Sustenance. Creation. Rebirth. Rededication. Purification. Healing.

2013 will mark the inaugural year of an interfaith project on college campuses across the country in which students will engage artistically with a broad theme from their own religious perspectives. Written and spoken word, performed dance, musical offerings: all entries will be considered for inclusion in this exciting event!
Create.  Share. Reflect.

– Student projects will engage with the theme “Water,” from the perspective of their own faith tradition, or multiple faith traditions.
– Performance time is limited 8 minutes.
– Student created projects may be a dance, an orginial song/instrumental musical piece, or dramatic presentation.
– May be an individual or group performance.

Proposal submissions accepted till Monday, March 4, 2013

Center for Spiritual Life, 238 Thompson Street, Chaplain’s Suite 491,
Attn:  Chaplain Young, or by email and use the subject ‘Interfail Live 2013 Submission’
Notice of performance selections will take place March 11, 2013

Interfaith Live Performance date:
Wednesday April 17, 2013, 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Intrfaith Live is brought to you by

The “Of Many” Institute for Multifaith Leadership at NYU is both an academic and a programmatic initiative.  Its mission is to engage in ground-breaking multifaith teaching, service learning, research, and to develop best practices in the field of multifaith education and leadership. The Institute’s ultimate goal is to cultivate and support a new generation of religious leaders, civic leaders and scholars who, deeply rooted in their own religious and spiritual traditions, will transform the world through multifaith education and action.

Want to know more about Interfaith Live and where it comes from? http://www.interfaithperformingarts.org


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