The Guild Conference: For the Craft and Character of Artists

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It’s always a joy to highlight the meaningful work of friends, and we’re excited to support a new one-day event happening soon in Raleigh, North Carolina called The Guild Conference.

The Guild Conference is coming up on Saturday, November 5, and it is a creative arts conference and concert designed to care holistically for the craft and character of artists (and those who enjoy the arts). How do you not love that mission? We asked partner Cary Brege to tell us more.

“This conference was an initiative started by artists who recognized the need to challenge, support and hold accountable creatives whose lives and artistry have been redeemed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We’re creating an experience that encourages intentional rest, resetting, and reflection in the presence of God in light of our call as creative people.”

Featured artists and speakers include many of our own favorites including Jess Ray, Sharlene Provilus, Joy Ike, Taylor Leonhardt, Andy Squyers, William “Duce” Branch, Derrick Holloway, and Mission House.

You can learn more about the conference at their official site, and they’ve even given Rabbit Room readers a promo code for a discount on tickets: RABBIT.

Matt Conner is a former pastor and church planter turned writer and editor. He’s the founder of Analogue Media and lives in Indianapolis.


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