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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.
February 21 – April 12, 2020 Icons in Transformation St. James Episcopal Church Ormond Beach, F
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.
Reflections” features Evan Halter’s paintings of selected elements from paintings and prints throughout art history, refocusing the viewer’s eye on what might otherwise be overlooked, both on the canvas, and in life.
There are few experiences better than connecting over a delicious meal with good conversation. This Visual Artists Dinner builds on this idea by gathering together painters, photographers, mixed media and collage artists, sculptures, and anyone who’s creative interests center on a visual language or practice. This dinner is held at a studio or private residences with the goal of the night focused on building community among local DFW visual artists. An Art House Dallas leader will host the evening and…
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.
A Mosaic Exhibit by Eugenia Sherman Brown
Through the breaking and arranging of glass, stone and other materials, I find a metaphor for my life’s journey: In brokenness… beauty.
A Mosaic Exhibit by Eugenia Sherman Brown Opening Reception, May 1, 6-9 pm Refreshments provided.
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.