The ISM reaches out to local and national communities of faith, and worldwide to its alumni, to scholars and to all interested in the intersections of sacred music, worship, and the arts. Explore more of our past and current initiatives in the links to the left.
The Yale Institute of Sacred Music has announced the launch of the Religion, Ecology, and Expressive Culture Initiative, a project that seeks to foster dialogue and disseminate work by scholars, artists, leaders, and activists across all disciplines and religious and indigenous traditions who are working at the intersection of religion, ecology, and the arts. The initiative will offer important resources to academic audiences and the broader public though the hosting of events and symposia, and the funding of individual and team projects. Read more here.