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Arts at Saint Mark's -- Visual Arts Ministry

Painting of the West Wall of the Cathedral

The Cathedral hosts exhibitions of photography, painting and multi-media works tied to the mission of the church displayed in the awe-inspiring ArtSpace at Saint Mark’s.

The Nave (main worship space) of Saint Mark's Cathedral is open to the public from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. unless a private service is occurring. Please respect those who have come to pray or meditate by remaining quiet within the space. Thank you!

If you are an artist interested in displaying work relevant to the mission of Saint Mark's Cathedral, please send your name, contact information and a brief description to Nan Nalder at nanalder@msn.com.

Click here to read more about the Visual Arts Ministry at Saint Mark's Cathedral

Planning Meeting

Sunday, Sept. 21, 1 pm

Artists in all media are invited to gather to discuss the Visual Arts Ministry exhibit program in the Nave. Exhibit topics, focused on environmental justice, social justice, and spirituality- may influence film, drama, and writing programs. Also seeking feedback on the past year, discuss 2015 schedule, and offer input for 2016.

Please RSVP to Nan at nanalder@msn.com.

I Have a Name

Sunday, Sept. 14—Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014 Cathedral Nave

For over two years, writer Robert Adler and photographer Tom Feher visited a shelter in Oaxaca, Mexico, where they interviewed and photographed Central American and Mexican migrantes who were on their way to the US. The result of their effort is a remarkable exhibition called "I Have A Name", a collection of 30 striking life-sized photographs with quotes from each of the immigrants, together with a book describing each individual's harrowing journey.

The photographs are printed on aluminum sheets and hung at eye level "so you can meet each person face to face and realize that they are you and I, not "them". They are fellow human beings who have suffered immeasurably; they are not just statistics." states Feher.

Read more about the exhibit here.

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