Art: Traveling Exhibits from CIVA


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By Sharon Fujimoto-Johnson

Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA) was founded in 1979 to explore and nurture the relationship between visual arts and the Christian faith. CIVA is headquartered at Gordon College, a non-denominational Christian school in Wenham, Massachussets. CIVA has available for rental several traveling exhibits. Click on the links below for images and booking information:Talmud: The Art of Ben-Zion and Marc Chagall

This exhibit brings together artwork from two of the most important Jewish artists of the 20th century and consists of 18 intaglio prints by Ben-Zion and 24 color lithographs by Marc Chagall on biblical subjects. The Next Generation: Contemporary Expressions of Faith Drawn from the inaugural contemporary art triennial at the Museuma of Biblical Art (MOBIA) in New York City, this collection of art from approximately 30 contemporary artists demonstrates the wide range of Judeo-Christian art. Silver: CODEX VI Created in celebration of CVIA's silver anniversary, this exhibit is a collection of 25 prints created by 25 artists in response to a work in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Ordained to Create: The Self-Taught Art of Southern Preachers, Prophets, and Visionaries

Forty-three pieces showcase the passionate and creative journeys of 15 southern self-taught artists.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/4487