- Worship & Music
- Church at Home
Local artist and author Hannah Burr will talk about how she came to write her first book Contemporary Prayers to * [whatever works]; specifically, the role of creative practice, contemplative practice and prayer as a strategy of survival. Hannah learned to pray at a dark time in her life, which inspired her writing and artistic practice. She’ll share images from her studio practice, her writing process, her personal philosophy of prayer, and her discovery of a personal God. This talk will have humor, color and depth as do the prayers in Hannah’s books.
We will meet in the Hospitality Center.
About Hannah Burr:
Hannah Burr is an award-winning visual artist originally from Boston MA, now a resident of Ann Arbor, MI. Her work has been on view at many museums, and she has written three artist’s books: Contemporary Prayers to * [whatever works] 2013, Help me [ ], do the thing. 2016 and Elements: a love letter to all things everywhere 2019. Burr leads workshops on the intersection of creative and contemplative practice, coaches creative pioneers, and draws on 22 years of meditation practice. She’s a graduate of Brown University.