Amy E. Gray
Interim Associate Director, Assistant Professor of the Arts and Religion
Amy E. Gray, an Ohio native, received her B.F.A in Illustration and Advertising from the Columbus College of Art and Design. She worked as a Graphic Editor for Wesley Mancini Ltd., a textile design studio in Charlotte, NC. She relocated to Washington, DC to study the relationship between religion and the arts at Wesley Theological Seminary. Amy completed her Master of Theological Studies at Wesley Seminary with honors in 2011 and was the first student to receive the Certificate in Theology and the Arts. She completed her MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts with a focus on religion and the arts at Goddard College in Plainfield, VT in 2017.
Now working as Interim Associate Director for the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion, Amy continues to create site specific installations for sacred spaces and teaches workshops on Religion and the Arts.
RA-109 Chapel Visuals
RA-122 Picturing the Church: Two Millennia of Art and Architecture
RA-129 Creative Process as Spiritual Practice
RA-230 Elements of Design: Reaching a Visual Culture
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