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Save the Date! Berkeley School of Theology Doctor of Ministry student Rev. Dionne Carter will be leading our last Art Break of the semester! Rev. Carter will discuss her own art practice and how it has been shaped by her academic research and study.
Rev. Dionne Carter is a Painter, Storyteller, Published Illustrator, Poet and Liturgical Dancer. Her prophetic art speaks on behalf of a divine call for love, life, and liberation. She is a native of Oakland, CA and her unique blend of personal and professional experiences working in and on behalf of “the hood” are at the heart of her artistic vision for ministry.
Throughout her life, she has not only used art to navigate her own life journey, she has shared her gifts “from God, for God, to be used by God to demonstrate God’s love.” She currently owns and operates Dionne Nicole Arts Studio, which provides creative arts and healing opportunities for children, youth, and adults.
As well as pursuing her Doctorate of Ministry in Practical Theology in Urban Settings at BST, Rev. Carter currently serves as the Youth and Young Adult Pastor at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church (FMBC) in Vallejo, CA.
This event is online only