Karitos Worship & Arts Conference Podcast

Sinopsis

Karitos...the Podcast. Interviews from a unique and diverse gathering of creatives that provides Biblically-based tools to encourage, empower and equip artists to serve the Kingdom and impact the world."What is God doing in the arts?"That simple question asked on a talk radio show in the fall of 1994, led to a one-day gathering of Christian artists in the Spring of 1995. Over time a second evening was added, then a second day and third evening.Today, Karitos has become one of the most unique conferences in the country for those who not only want to know what God is doing in the arts but want to be part of it. While there are a number of conferences designed specifically for musicians, or for dancers, writers, visual artists or those in drama ministry, there are very few that bring all of these disciplines together.

Episodios

  • Episode 15 Tania Runyan, Poetry writing about These Unprecedented Times

    Episode 15 Tania Runyan, Poetry writing about These Unprecedented Times

    27/05/2020 Duración: 26min

    On April 25, Tania Runyan taught a workshop on poetry during the Digital Karitos Experience.Tania Runyan is the author of the poetry collections What Will Soon Take Place, Second Sky, A Thousand Vessels, Simple Weight, and Delicious Air, which was awarded Book of the Year by the Conference on Christianity and Literature in 2007. Her guides How to Read a Poem, How to Write a Poem, and How to Write a College Application Essay are used in classrooms across the country. Her poems have appeared in many publications, including Poetry, Image, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, The Christian Century, Saint Katherine Review, and the Paraclete book Light upon Light: A Literary Guide to Prayer for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany. Tania was awarded an NEA Literature Fellowship in 2011. When not writing, Tania plays fiddle and mandolin, drives kids to appointments, and gets lost in her Midwestern garden.http://www.taniarunyan.com/About_Me.htmlSupport the show!   Thanks!!Intro/Outro Music by Vivien HibbertSupport the sho

  • Episode 12 Finding your Story in the Midst of the Quarantine--Guy Silagi  Mimi Sagadin

    Episode 12 Finding your Story in the Midst of the Quarantine--Guy Silagi & Mimi Sagadin

    20/05/2020 Duración: 31min

    On April 25, Guy Silagi & Mimi Sagadin taught a workshop titled "Finding your Story in the Midst of the Quarantine" during the Digital Karitos Experience.GUY SILAGIDIRECTOR OF STORIESI was exactly where you are today. I was afraid that my story was insignificant, my voice didn’t matter and my ideas were stupid. I became desperate to overcome my insecurities. When I did, it created in me the confidence I needed to step out and tell my story, speak my voice and fulfill my purpose.  I have combined my background working in interpersonal and group communications, journalism, filmmaking, senior leadership, marketing, sales and donor development in various industries including non-profit, para-church, healthcare, IT and other business environments to equip and empower you to tell your story, speak your voice and fulfill your purpose. I have also had the privilege of capturing stories and testimonies from organization founders, business owners, pastors, cancer survivors, single moms, students, individu

  • Episode 9 Crystal Barnes talks about new web series CHURCHED

    Episode 9 Crystal Barnes talks about new web series CHURCHED

    01/04/2020 Duración: 26min

    Zach Francis interviews Crystal Barnes about her brand new project, a web-based comedy series CHURCHED.Coming April 8, 2020Nothing is Sacred, but we're trying...CHURCHED is an episodic comedy web series modeled after The Office. The series takes a comic view of the often-unseen antics of the flawed and eclectic office employees that run the church. Crystal is a producer and writer, known for The Law of Moises (2019), Losing Isaiah (1995) and Compensation (1999).Churched WebsiteCrystal Barnes IMDbMimi Sagadin IMDbSupport the show!   Thanks!!Intro/Outro Music by Vivien HibbertSupport the show (https://www.karitosnation.org/blog )

  • Episode 8, Interview with Dave Ebert of Well-Versed Comedy

    Episode 8, Interview with Dave Ebert of Well-Versed Comedy

    11/03/2020 Duración: 55min

    Click here for show notes and other links on the Karitos Blog.Susannah Francis' interview with Dave Ebert.  Dave is the founder of Well Versed Comedy and creator of PureFest: Chicago's Faith-Based Improv and Sketch Festival. He is a Chicago-land native who grew up in southwestern Virginia and was always a ham and jokester. Dave has loved entertaining people his entire life.In the summer of 1992, Dave initially became saved at a camp prior to his sixth-grade year. Afterward, he drifted and lost his way. A long battle with depression finally turned in Dave's favor, when he answered God's call in January 2013. This led him back home to Chicago to pursue acting and comedy as his ministry.​Dave's performing experiences date back to the early 1990s when he performed in church plays. Dave's resume includes several years as an on-air deejay at a Top 40 station and a Country station; many years as a PA Announcer at basketball, baseball, and football games; eight years in pro-wrestling; and some comedy improv

  • Episode 7 Elmer Yazzie, Visual Artist, Art Educator and Karitos Speaker interviewed at Karitos 2019

    Episode 7 Elmer Yazzie, Visual Artist, Art Educator and Karitos Speaker interviewed at Karitos 2019

    02/02/2020 Duración: 21min

    This podcast is an Interview with Elmer Yazzie done during Karitos 2019. Elmer was a mainstage speaker, taught workshops and painted live on stage. His unique use of the yucca plant for his watercolor brushes has brought many opportunities for presentations, lectures, exhibits, and seminars. Invited to show and teach in China, Germany, Israel, Belize and throughout North America, he is the recipient of numerous awards and honors. His work as both artist and educator enables the learner to understand his Navajo culture and its artistic expression. Spirituality permeates Yazzie’s life and his art. In his words, “Art must communicate uniqueness because it is inspired.”Yazzie resides near Gallup, New Mexico, where he enjoys visiting and conversing about art over a cup of coffee. He teaches art and coaches the cross country teams at Rehoboth Christian School.http://elmeryazzie.com/Support the show (https://www.karitosnation.org/blog )

  • Episode 6 Filmmaker Jay Peters talks about his project “Opening the Door: Homosexuality and the Church” Part 2

    Episode 6 Filmmaker Jay Peters talks about his project “Opening the Door: Homosexuality and the Church” Part 2

    02/01/2020 Duración: 32min

    Join us as we talk to filmmaker Jay Peters about his project “Opening the Door: Homosexuality and the Church” Interview by Zach and Susannah Francis first heard on Facebook Live June 13, 2019.Jay Peterswww.alleywaystudios.comJay Peters founded Alleyway Studios in 2000. Since that time the company has been involved in a wide variety of projects. Initially, they filmed and edited music videos for local bands and youth groups. From there they branched out into short films, commercials and promotional videos for various corporations. In 2013 they produced their first feature film, Athanasius: Revolutionary Of Orthodoxy. Currently, Jay teaches film and photography at Kankakee Trinity Academy and freelances throughout the midwest area.Support the show (https://www.karitosnation.org/blog )

  • Episode 5 Jay Peters talks about his project “Opening the Door: Homosexuality and the Church” Part 1

    Episode 5 Jay Peters talks about his project “Opening the Door: Homosexuality and the Church” Part 1

    02/12/2019 Duración: 26min

    Join us as we talk to filmmaker Jay Peters about his project “Opening the Door: Homosexuality and the Church” Interview by Zach and Susannah Francis first heard on Facebook Live June 13, 2019.Jay Peterswww.alleywaystudios.comJay Peters founded Alleyway Studios in 2000. Since that time the company has been involved in a wide variety of projects. Initially, they filmed and edited music videos for local bands and youth groups. From there they branched out into short films, commercials and promotional videos for various corporations. In 2013 they produced their first feature film, Athanasius: Revolutionary Of Orthodoxy. Currently, Jay teaches film and photography at Kankakee Trinity Academy and freelances throughout the midwest area.Support the show (https://www.karitosnation.org/blog )

  • Episode 3 Setting Sail on your Art-preneurship -- Dream Team Webinar with Susannah Francis and Dr. Felicity Joy -- Part 1

    Episode 3 Setting Sail on your Art-preneurship -- Dream Team Webinar with Susannah Francis and Dr. Felicity Joy -- Part 1

    01/10/2019 Duración: 43min

    Part One of Susannah Francis and Dr. Felicity Joy as they join together to host a webinar "Dream Team. These two experts in making other's business dream a reality, show you how to build a plan for success to support your art using coaching and administrative know-how.Support the show

  • Episode 4 Setting Sail on your Art-preneurship -- Dream Team Webinar with Susannah Francis and Dr. Felicity Joy -- Part 2

    Episode 4 Setting Sail on your Art-preneurship -- Dream Team Webinar with Susannah Francis and Dr. Felicity Joy -- Part 2

    20/09/2019 Duración: 42min

    Part twoSusannah Francis and Dr. Felicity Joy join together to host a Dream Team webinar. These two experts in making business dreams reality, show you how to build a plan for success and to support your art using coaching and administrative know-how.Support the show

  • Part 1 - Bob Hay  Mike Schoder chat with Susannah Francis about the founding of Karitos.

    Part 1 - Bob Hay & Mike Schoder chat with Susannah Francis about the founding of Karitos.

    10/07/2019 Duración: 28min

    Bob Hay and Mike Schoder join Susannah Francis for a conversation about how Karitos came to be. Bob and Mike are the founders of Karitos Arts & Worship Conference, which celebrates its 25th year in July 2019.Support the show

  • Part 2 - Founders of Karitos Bob Hay  Mike Schoder converse with Susannah Francis.

    Part 2 - Founders of Karitos Bob Hay & Mike Schoder converse with Susannah Francis.

    06/07/2019 Duración: 24min

    Bob Hay and Mike Schoder join Susannah Francis for a conversation about how Karitos came to be. Bob and Mike are the founders of Karitos Arts & Worship Conference, which celebrates its 25th year in July 2019.Support the show

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