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The following schedule of paper presentations is subject to change. For full paper titles, refer to the list of speakers.
MORNING, 9:30 - 10:30 am
Sacred Design - Seminar Room TS1 Chair: Anne Elvey
9:30 Jim Cregan, Landscape Design through the Lens of Christian Faith
10:00 Paul Walsh, On the Principles of Sacred Art and Architecture
Rewriting the Sacred - Seminar Room TS2 Chair: Jason Archbold
9:30 Patrick Condliffe, B. Wongar
10:00 Walter Mason, Living with the Lama
Evoking the Sacred: Ancient and Modern - Seminar Room TS3 Chair: Katharine Buljan
10:00 Leyla Rasouli Narimani, Imagery in Manichean Literature
10:30 Mrinali Clarke, The Sacred Journey
Music and the Sacred - Seminar Room TS5 Chair: Elaine Lindsay
10:00 Maeve Heaney, Creative Tensions
10:30 Stephanie Rocke, Sacred Metamorphosis
PRE-LUNCH, 11:00 - 1:00 pm
Sacred and Profane - Seminar Room TS1 Chair: Patrick Condliffe
11:00 James Cooper, Profoundly Profane
11:30 Anne Jackson, Bone and Marrow
12:00 Jason Archbold, Christ and the Count
12:30 Katharine Buljan, On Sacredness in Sacred Seven Anime
Poetry and the Transcendent - Seminar Room TS2 Chair: Carolyn Masel
11:00 James Charlton, The Immanence of Transcendence
11:30 Lachlan Brown, The Edges of Belief in an Age of Post-belief
12:00 Sarah Dowling, 'Captain Dog' / 'Heaven's Eel'
12:30 Nathan Lyons, Addressing the 'Dark One'
Writing and Making the Sacred - Seminar Room TS3 Chair: Yael Klangwisan
11:00 Roseanne Hawke, Faith-informed Fiction
11:30 Kathryn Hamann, In the Eye of the Beholder does Truth Lie?
12:00 Debra Phillips, In God's House There Are Many Rooms
12:30 Jeff Stewart, The Everyday Moment in Writing and Making Art
The Sacred in Art History and Poetry - Seminar Room TS5 Chair: Grace Carroll
11:00 Sarah Curtis, The Romantic Incline of Keswick Aesthetics in Women Artist Missionaries
11:30 Carmel Byrne, Search for the Sacred
12:00 Therese Taylor, Box of Secrets - the Ossuary of Saint James
12:30 Geoffrey Lilburne, Pathways of Faith: the Poetry of James McAuley, Les Murray and Kevin Hart
AFTERNOON, 2:40 - 4:40 pm
Theology and the Sacred - Seminar Room TS1 Chair: Dermot Nestor
2:40 Anne Elvey, Retrieving an Earth Voice
3:10 Patrick Kavanagh, The Presence of the Sacred in the World and Understanding of St Thomas Aquinas
3:40 Doru Coustache, Musical Analogies in the Alexandrine Tradition
4:10 Neil Ferguson, Thinking Theology through Practice
Poetry the the Sacred - Seminar Room TS2 Chair: Sarah Dowling
2:40 Mark Stone, The Singing Reed
3:10 Anthony Lawrence, Ebb and Flow
3:40 Nicolette Stasko, Dwelling in the Shape of Things
4:10 Carolyn Masel, Like the Language of Trees
Expressing a Religious Aesthetic - Seminar Room TS3 Chair: James Cregan
2:40 Fiona Pfennigwerth, Visualising Blessing in John's Gospel
3:10 Josie Cirocco, Spirituality for HeARTful Souls
3:40 Yael Klangwisan, Marc Chagall's Song of Songs
4:10 Angela McCarthy, Visual Language and the Religious Aesthetic in the 21st Century
The Sacred in Contemporary Art - Seminar Room TS5 Chair: Sarah Curtis
2:40 Grace Carroll, Getting the Message Through
3:10 Lynn Brunet, A Sheffield Dreaming
3:40 Anna Taylor, Rereading 'Materia'
4:10 Julian Murphy, Reimaginging the Sacred in the Creative Practice of Oscar Perry
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