In today’s conditions with no prevailing architectural style, what can we say about the relationship between stained glass and architecture? Is stained glass still architecture’s handmaid or architectural afterthought? How do we design new buildings to accommodate old windows so that they are not mere archaic survival?
The ACLS Webinar Committee has arranged a member Showcase for some of our members, many of whom are newer to ACLS. It is an opportunity for our organization to meet and discuss our member contributions to Liturgical consulting and design.
This webinar will brighten your appreciation of Easter, deepen your respect for bees, and inspire you to go forth and spread the Paschal Light of Jesus Christ to the world through the work of your hands.
Seasonal fiber art done well both inspires and invites us to enter and celebrate liturgical seasons more deeply. Let’s explore how it is possible to bring a joyful welcome and life to liturgical spaces through fiber art, whether indoors or outdoors.
Guy Kemper will provide insights on architectural theory. He’ll show images explaining the distinction between art, ornament, and architectural art, and the relationships between art and architecture regarding scale, light, composition, color, psychology and movement.
From the FDLC website: For over fifty-one years, liturgical formation has been an integral part of the mission of the FDLC. From the days of mimeographed sheets to printed publications, from nationwide workshops to today's...
Linda McCray, liturgical artist, will share her abstract spiritual original paintings to illustrate how abstract art can work in sacred space and ways to help your congregation connect with abstract art. Linda will also present a case study and experience Linda’s creative process through her abstract Stations of the Cross project.
Roberto Chiotti will present on the Architecture of Eco-Theology: More than just applying sustainable design strategies to sacred space, Roberto’s church architecture and liturgical designs attempt to tangibly, realistically, and meaningfully embody the tenets of eco-theology such that the architecture itself becomes a form of catechesis.
Heather Craig, a professional archivist, will provide an overview of the kinds of information she has found to be helpful to preserve your collection; as well as, provide suggestions for retention, organization and documentation of a personal collection of research.