Musing Updates

  • We’re excited to launch our new museletter, Inward Digest, full of musings and interviews with the kinds of artists you’ve enjoyed hearing from live and on the podcast. Check us out on or sign up to get it right in your email. You can support Interfaith Muse by becoming a patron at Patreon!


  • And… we’re back! Likely you’ve noticed: we’ve been on hiatus. The venue and media of the program will be shifting a bit, but don’t worry our focus is still the same! Watch this page for our October kickoff or follow us on Facebook for updates!


  • An exciting collaboration with Boom Arts, one of our favorite theatre companies in town, is our next Artists in Conversation on April 27, 2017.  See the Spiritrials and then enjoy our conversation with Def Poetry Jam alum Dalhak Braithwaite. Get tickets here!
  • We’re hanging out at the Portland Art Museum! Elizabeth will lead an In Dialogue: Art, Power, Identity seminar called Reimagine The Secular Sacred, inspired by the exhibit, Corita Kent: Spiritual Pop.  1/22/17 from 1-3 PM. Register Here.
  • We’re offering a Theatre Workshop on 8/7/16 using the techniques of Augusto Boal to build Interfaith Cooperation! Find out more and register to join us by using Creative Arts Workshops menu link above.
  • 6/6/16  Our third podcast episode is now available!  Click over to the podcast page to check out a fascinating conversation with performer Kaj-anne Pepper, one half of our our conversation on 6/15.
  • New podcast episode of the first Artists in Conversation is now available.  It’s called “Opening Doors.”  Find it on the podcast page.
  • 4/28/16 Thank you to all who came out for our first event! We are basking in the glow of our fabulous guests and audience. And prepping for #2!
  • 4/5/16 We’re sad that Shadab Zeest Hashmi is not able to join us for our inaugural event, and hope to have her participate in the future. We are thrilled to welcome Melissa Bennett to the microphone and are grateful to her for joining the conversation.
  • 4/1/16 Keep your eyes (and ears) out for our first Eavesdrop preview with Alicia Jo Rabins.