Stations of the Cross Art Exhibition OpeningDate: Mar, Friday 23rd 6:00 PM - Mar, Friday 23rd 9:00 PM
Wesley Uniting Church in the City proudly invites you to the official Opening of the 9th annual Stations of the Cross Art Exhibition on Friday 23 March at 6pm.
The exhibition will be officially opened by Gregory Pryor, Artist and Lecturer, School of Arts and Humanities, Edith Cowan University.
A Bread and Wine Supper will be provided.
For catering purposes please RSVP by Monday 19 March 2018 to the Uniting Church in the City Office on 6103 4222 or by email to email@example.com.
ABOUT STATIONS OF THE CROSS:
Wesley Uniting Church in the City, one of Perth’s oldest and most iconic churches, is pleased to introduce you to the forthcoming 2018 Stations of the Cross Art Exhibition.
The Exhibition has become an annual tradition for Wesley Uniting Church and also a significant event within the Art Community.
Running for the 9th year, the Exhibition is curated by Claire Bushby and will feature newly commissioned artworks by fifteen Western Australian contemporary artists.
The artists, representing some of our finest creative talent, have been invited to participate in this year’s event which features newly created artworks, specially commissioned for the show.
The fifteen artworks correspond to the traditional story of Easter and the ritual of the 'Stations of the Cross'. While pertaining to a religious narrative, participating artists each interpret a single 'station' through their personal and unique understanding of Easter and the human experiences and themes that underlie it.
Stations of the Cross 2018 will feature artworks by:
- Peter & Molly
- Gemma Ben-Ary
- Shannon Calcott
- Olga Cironis
- Peter Farmer
- Dawn Gamblen
- Philip Gamblen
- Ruth Halbert
- Kim Hyunji
- Aliesha Mafrici
- Andrew Nicholls
- Clare Peake
- Denise Pepper
- Helen Seiver
- Joni Sercombe
The exhibition is open daily from 9am to 5pm and runs from Saturday 24 March to Monday 9 April 2018.
Entry is free.
Check out the Facebook event here.