Andrew Peterson is lecturing on unique challenges and opportunities artists face. Join us at North Wind Manor (or via Zoom) for the lecture on September 27 at 7:30 p.m. CST.
Artists often move among the borders—they’re “borderstalkers,” according to Makoto Fujimura. This can give them a feeling of exile, and even loneliness, while they speak, write, and create along the edges of things—but perhaps they’re not as alone as they think. In this lecture, Andrew explores the feeling of displacement many artists experience and offers encouragement for the journey in the borderlands.
Lecture Details—When, Who, and Where
Date: Wednesday, September 27th 2023
Time: 7:30 p.m., Central Standard Time (Doors open at 7 p.m.)
Where: In-person at North Wind Manor & Livestream (Available for Members only)
Cost: $10 for those joining the lecture in person at North Wind Manor. The livestream option is available for members only.
There are two ways to join the lecture: In-person and via Livestream
If you want to come to the manor to watch the lecture in-person, purchase tickets below.
If you want to watch online, members can receive a link to the livestream by reserving a free ticket on the plugin below.
(If you are not a member but want to watch the lecture online. Sign up for membership here.)
Mark your calendar for the rest of this year’s lecture schedule:
- October 25, 2023—Even the Darkness is As Light to You: Christianity, Horror, and Stephen King (Andy Patton)
- December 7, 2023—Living in the Creator’s Gift Economy (Andrew Fellows)
(Yes, we know that these lectures are all from Andrews… it was mostly accidental. We shall endeavor to amend our Drew-centric ways in 2024.)