Arts for profit is bad for everyone. A healthy arts culture is a common good, allowing the emotional and spiritual life of a community to flourish. It’s part of how we connect, dream, and aspire, together.
Radical imagination, and artistic expression, is central to the work of envisioning, and enacting, a more just society. But putting money and markets at the heart of our society hollows out our common life, and pressures artists to make what sells. We want to see the church caring for its local community by enabling the arts, and investing in individuals within it – offering them a way to work differently.
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