St. Bart’s

St. Bart's325 Park Avenue at 51st Street
New York, NY 10022

Roz Dimon
Director of Communication Arts

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St. Bart's - This contemporary icon enlightened the 2009 Advent/Christmas season serving as an online interactive Christmas Card, a physical icon in the bookstore, a poster, and a postcard. Christmas Christ 2009, ©Roz Dimon
Advent / Christmas 2009

To be the creative center where old meets new in the 21st Century paradigm.

A synthesis of liturgy, music, and art which walks-the-walk from Bach to Google. St. Bart’s is an Episcopal Church located in the heart of New York. A sacred gem of Byzantine art and architecture, it was recognized as a New York City Landmark by the NYC Landmarks Committee in 1967. St. Bart’s is an ongoing and vital preservation initiative for midtown Manhattan. At its heart is worship and prayer, with four Sunday Services and every weekday. It is renowned for fine music, religious and interfaith education for all ages, and for its daily food and shelter for New York’s needy just steps from the street with most of America’s corporate headquarters. St. Bart’s cares for and ministers from one of the nation’s most recognized and beloved historic landmark buildings. Completed in 1919, the Romanesque structure with Byzantine decoration, its complex is a Manhattan rarity, a freestanding building in a dense corridor of towers. The third church building in St. Bart’s history, it’s a great sacred and civic space.

St. Bart's - Mandala Exhibit

Mandalan Crucifixion Exhibition at St. Bart’s – Easter, 2010
Roz Dimon shown with mandalas by children in the cloister, and “Nail This” [inset above] which hangs in the narthex, a back-lit digital work as contemporary stained-glass window.