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Saints (canonized & otherwise)

September 22, 2019 @ 8:00 am - May 22, 2020 @ 5:00 pm

Kaleidoscopic

December 5, 2019 - February 28, 2020

Opening Reception December 5, 6-8 PM Christen Mattix grew up in Thailand and moved to Bellingham, WA in 1995. She received a BFA from Western Washington University; an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her work exists in private and public collections. Exhibitions: The Whatcom Museum in Bellingham, WA; SAM Gallery in Seattle, WA; and nationally. Christen teaches at WWU and the Jansen Art Center. Artist Statement I create kaleidoscopic landscapes probing the boundaries between realism and abstraction, the…

The Space Between

December 10, 2019 - March 1, 2020

Rachel Durfee and Denise Presnell use a wide range of materials and tools to produce a colorful work that is both dazzling and thought-provoking. Durfee explores how we can thrive in the gap between life as it is and life as it ought to be. Presnell's layered canvasses display a map of vigorous creativity.

Creative Life On The Spectrum

January 10 - March 1

ArtWorking artists celebrate Children's Theater of Madison's production of Mockingbird. This exhibit features artwork by CIVA member Alex Haunty. Alex will be the featured artist speaking after the 2 PM Mockingbird show on Feb 29. He will share a piece he is working on and also be interviewed.   

If These Walls Could Talk

January 15 - May 3

The Neill-Cochran House Museum is proud to host the major history and artistic collaboration If These Walls Could Talk.  The show will place ceramicist Ginger Geyer’s modern porcelain sculpture into the historic spaces of the museum. CIVA Member, Geyer, in collaboration with actor Jennifer Rousseau Cumberbatch will use the artwork as a launch pad for a series of conversations between two adolescent girls, Chlora and Ruby Virginia. 

Above / Below

January 23 - March 23

“Above / Below” features Joan Iaconetti’s watercolors of New York’s subway system paired with Joshua Benson’s images of the city’s rooftops and skylines. Opening wine reception Thursday, January 23, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Free and open to the public.

Seeing God: 2020 Juried Exhibit of Sacred Art

January 29 @ 7:00 pm - March 13 @ 6:00 pm

Opening Reception, Wed., Jan. 29, 7-8:30p with refreshments and awards announced at 7:45p. Sacred art contributes to keeping us mindful of God’s abiding presence. The annual Seeing God Juried Exhibit features contemporary artists who work in that spirit. Over the centuries, Benedictines have encouraged women and men who use color, form, sound, and word to express the beauty one experiences in the encounter with God’s own creativity. Their work contributes to keeping us mindful of God’s abiding presence. The Seeing God…

Out of Sight

February 3 @ 10:00 am - February 27 @ 5:00 pm

Featuring art by Laura Stevenson   Artist Talk and Opening Reception February 7, 6PM, Rediger Auditorium Reception to follow in Metcalf Gallery

Bible App

February 3 @ 7:00 pm - March 26 @ 5:00 pm

Runway and Gallery Show God-honoring, wearable sculpture will bring to life content from the word of God. GWU students will model the one-of-a-kind art garments in a unique presentation of truth, beauty, and goodness. Come be inspired, informed, and delighted.

Meagan Stirling ’02, “Digging a Hole”

February 4 - March 20

Opening reception: Feb. 18, 5-6 p.m., Lied Art Center Lecture by artist: Feb. 18, 6 p.m., Lied Art Center Room 102

Fragile Worlds Exhibit

Fragile Worlds: Jennifer Walton Exhibition

February 5 @ 5:00 pm - March 25 @ 7:00 pm

Jennifer Walton's immersive oil paintings look closely at an environment under duress. Redeemer is pleased to present the first-ever pairing of two of Walton's projects. One body of work takes on a sweeping scale, where the human figure is immersed in wider rhythms of nature. There is encouragement and wonder in these works

Reservoir

February 8 - April 3

“The man who is wise, therefore, will see his life as more like a reservoir than a canal. The canal simultaneously pours out what it receives; the reservoir retains the water till it is filled, then discharges the overflow without loss to itself." Saint Bernard of Clairvaux Join Intersect Arts Center for the opening of their Spring exhibition that explores the delicate, tenuous, and necessary relationship between work and rest. The exhibition seeks to curate a compendium of collective wisdom,…

History of Trees

February 8 - April 3

A childhood in the Minnesota woods made Wendy Widell Wolff who she is. Now in L.A., removed from that world, she wistfully paints the “History of Trees”.

À GOGO

February 13 - March 20

MASH Gallery is pleased to present À GOGO, in partnership with W Hotel Hollywood for Frieze LA 2020. This TWO PART event is a major undertaking and a first for MASH gallery. Launching with a massive pop-up exhibition lasting only one night at the LOFT of the W Hotel in Hollywood giving guests a preview to the official exhibition’s opening night taking place two days later at MASH Gallery in DTLA.  This exhibition features the art of CIVA Member Victor…

Icons in Transformation

February 21 - April 12

February 21 – April 12, 2020 Icons in Transformation St. James Episcopal Church Ormond Beach, F

Iconography Workshop

February 24 - February 28

February 24 – 28, 2020 Iconography Workshop Center for Spiritual Care, Vero Beach, FL

Brethren in Christ Art Exhibition

March 1 - May 31

The Grantham Church believes that the arts are a vital part of the community’s life. That’s why every few years the Grantham Art Gallery has a show inviting Brethren in Christ artists to share their recent artwork. In the past, the gallery has displayed a variety of artwork. This includes prints, photography, paintings, drawings, quilts, jewelry, and pottery. Grantham Church wants to celebrate the creative spirit and provide space to share these gifts with the Brethren in Christ family. 

Iconography Egg Tempera Workshop

March 2 - March 6

March 2 – 6, 2020 Iconography Egg Tempera Workshop St.Peters Episcopal Church, Lewes, Delaware

Convertible Conference

March 5 - March 6

What if sharing your building & your resources meant your church could actually do more? Does your church have under-utilized resources? Do you have a desire to work with your community but don’t know how to start? Do you have creative ideas but no more capacity to start another program? Why Share? We believe that when your church shares space creatively and convertibly with arts organizations and non-profits, your building can be become a community hub 7 days a week.…

The Ordo Conference

March 6 - March 7

Jennifer Walton's immersive oil paintings look closely at an environment under duress. Redeemer is pleased to present the first-ever pairing of two of Walton's projects. One body of work takes on a sweeping scale, where the human figure is immersed in wider rhythms of nature. There is encouragement and wonder in these works

From A Unique Perspective | John ILG

March 16 @ 8:00 am - May 2 @ 5:00 pm

YogaMass® Retreat

March 25 @ 3:00 pm - March 28 @ 10:00 am

Come participate in Interconnectedness: What the Forest Teaches Us, a Yoga + Art Retreat with YogaMass®  Founder and Author Gena Davis and Vonda Drees in their third collaboration of art and yoga, creativity and movement! Experience painting and yoga as both spiritual discipline and prayer, while connecting with the magical stirrings of the forest.

Sacred Arts Week 2020

April 26 - May 2

Since 2015, Spring Sacred Arts has been facilitated by Scott Burnett, artist and worship pastor, and Laurie Rudel, retired pastor and worship leader. Spring Sacred Arts is a time to gather and envision new possibilities for creativity and the sacred. This year’s classes feature familiar favorites as well as new offerings, all taught by our world-class faculty with an average class size of just seven students.

Grunewald Guild Summer Program

June 14 - August 8

Summer at the Grünewald Guild is a time to embrace your creative spirit, explore your sacred journey, and engage in nurturing community. This year’s classes include familiar favorites as well as new offerings, all taught by our world-class faculty with an average class size of just seven students.

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