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Exhibit - September 20, 2014 - November 15, 2014
For 150 years, beautiful objects have been part of the life of worship at St. Luke's. Those objects, many of them handmade, many of them with considerable historical significance, tell much about the community's relationship with God at each point in history. This exhibit highlights many of those elegant objects and provides some of the interesting provenance around them.
Exhibit - December 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014
We invited children, ages 4-16 to take cameras in hand and search for images that speak to them about God. These children, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, Muslims, know God by many different names, from many different sources. During this season when Christians celebrate God becoming human as a newborn child, how exciting it will be to see how God is imaged by each of our children.
Exhibit - January 25, 2014 - May 31, 2014
We are and continue to be a nation of immigrants. Because of that, immigration as a topic, with justice and morality at its core, continues to dominate much of our public dialogue.
Exhibit - September 19, 2013 - December 31, 2013
Exhibit - January 15, 2013 - May 15, 2013
This exhibit includes contemporary religious icons in a variety of types, both those 'written' in the traditional Mediterranean styles as well as those created using more personal styles, but in the same spirit as those early works.
Exhibit - Fall 2012
The first exhibit at St. Luke's new Nails in the Wall Gallery: A Ministry of St. Luke's presents images of how God is present among us through the eyes of 22 artists from a wide variety of faith traditions. The artists come from ten different states from across our Country, as well as from France. While all of the art hangs on the wall, the works make use of many media, from traditional painting to collage, wall sculpture, and mixed-media to photography. Each artist speaks of his/her experiences of God through the image created.
Our hope is that those who come to view this exhibit will be able to both delight in the quality of each offering as a well-crafted work, with great integrity purely as a piece of art, as well as an opportunity to reflect on each artists experience of God as presented in the work.