Oct 19, 2018
Exquisite artwork can be seen in basilicas around the world, and its ability to bring people closer to God has been expounded upon in church documents new and old. But to better understand good art, painter Andrew de Sa wanted less theory and more practical tips. “I wanted to demystify the creative process,” he said.
As creative director of the Carl Schmitt Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to furthering the legacy of the 20th-century Catholic artist, de Sa decided to organize an Oct. 27 seminar. “Defining the Role of the Catholic Artist Today: A Symposium” will showcase a panel of talented Catholic creators as well as a group of scholars.
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