Relating the visual arts to Christianity and other faiths
Book Award: winner announced
We're delighted to announce the winner of this year's Book Award: Natasha O'Hear and Anthony O’Hear, Picturing the Apocalypse (Oxford University Press). And the runner up: Cynthia Hahn, The Reliquary Effect (Reaktion Books)
Last week for bookings at our first Visual Communion symposium in Durham 7&8 Sep
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“It’s very interesting to me how it will work producing art projects in buildings which are strong public places – they are live religious spaces. I think this is very exciting for an artist and anyone interested in the nature of place. There’s a living tradition that is being upheld in a church.”
- Laura Purseglove, Project Curator, Art in Churches
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Banner image: Ceri Richards, Reredos painting and tabernacle for the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, 1966