Relating the visual arts to Christianity and other faiths
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We would love to hear your ideas for member events. We are currently welcoming all ideas for one-off events, day trips, gallery visits or workshops in any part of the country. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts with us.
Bookings are now open for our next Visual Communion symposia:
2 March in Chichester and 18 May in Winchester
Ecclesiart is an online resource for browsing modern and contemporary works of art in churches. Take a look; you might be surprised by what you find …
Art and Christianity events for its members and the public include lectures, courses, workshops and day trips.
Art and Christianity Awards are for Art and a book. The next round of Awards in 2019 will be launched in May.
“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
Art in Churches
Find out more about our current curating projects, case studies and guidelines.
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Banner image: Thomas Monnington, ceiling mural, 1958, Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, University of Exeter