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Visual Arts - a ministry of the Arts at Saint Mark's

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

Sanctuary Art Center: Art as an agent for healing…

through Monday, August 18, 2014 Cathedral Nave Coffee Corner

The Sanctuary Art Center is a multi-faceted art studio for homeless and street involved youth with a mission to create a safe, warm, calm environment for these youth to experience creativity and success through the use of various artistic media. The pieces selected for the show here at Saint Mark's Cathedral provide a variety of expressions of this mission. These youth are survivors of social injustice. Their artwork is sometimes a reflection of the past, sometimes a portrait of the present and sometimes a plan for the future. In all cases it is their truth. The creative process allows the artists to define themselves on their own terms without judgment. It is a key ingredient in their journey towards healing and life off the street.

This will be a wonderful celebration of the success of the Sanctuary Art Center begun many years ago by the Rev. Mary Shehane who served as Deacon at Saint Mark’s Cathedral. Volunteers share their art skills at the Center - this is a wonderful opportunity. Please enjoy the exhibit and share this opportunity with your friends. If you are interested in purchasing art in the exhibit and/or volunteering at the Center, please contact Nan Nalder at nanalder@msn.com or 206.281.7079.

Read more about the exhibit here.

Exhibit: Epiphany and Advocacy

Opening reception: Sunday, August 24, 2014 Cathedral Nave Coffee Corner

Photographs by Sharon D'Amica. Co-sponsored by the Justice Ministries Coordinating Team and the Church Council of Greater Seattle. Read more...

Saint Mark's Cathedral
1245 Tenth Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102
206.323.0300