Spirituality, Creativity, and (Digital) Composing
We would like to invite participants to discuss the various intersections of creativity, spirituality, and digital composition. Some possible questions to explore include:
1. What are the different ways we understand spirituality?
What is spirituality? That's a huge question, and there may be as many answers as individuals. Yet, it's also word that seems full of exciting possibilities. While spirituality is difficult to comprehensively define, we can look at the patterns of how this word is often used. Beginning with our own understandings of what spirituality is, we can begin to shape a picture of what it means for human beings to move throughout this intriguing, challenging, yet often surprising landscape.
2.What implications does spirituality have for digital composing?
Some questions we might discuss here may include, but are not limited to, the following: In what ways is spirituality creative, or creativity spiritual? How do digital texts overlap with other creative endeavors such as art, music, and life? What are the implications of this overlap?
3.What implications do the ways we understand spirituality have for our teaching, our relationships with students and colleagues, and our professional growth?
4. We would also like to invite participants to share about the work they are doing as it relates to these issues.
We hope you will be able to join us for this conversation from April 22- May 30 at http://groups.google.com/group/SpiritTech
Susan Antlitz, Michael Day, Kathy Fitch