Artmaking As Spiritual Practice Sunday May 24 2020 at 2:30 PM
Sunday May 24 2020
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Washington National Cathedral
3101 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington DC 20016
Directions & Parking
Sundays: February 23, March 29, April 26, May 24 | 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Tickets are not mailed in advance; check in at the door for each session.
“Art-making is incarnational, engaging us with the stuff of life. . . We craft matter or words to reveal spirit, and in the act of crafting something more is rendered from the materials with which we began. It is an act of revelation.” Christine Valters Paintner
This spring, explore artmaking and spiritual practice on the grounds of Washington National Cathedral. Each week combines a spiritual discipline (silence, observing nature, intentional movement, meditation) with art making activities. Using a variety of materials, craft images as a response to your surroundings and senses. Each session engages a different discipline and location within the Cathedral so come to one or all of the programs. No previous experience with art or contemplation is necessary, only curiosity and a willingness to engage the creative process.
About the program leader
Kiki McGrath is a visual artist living in Washington, DC. Her paintings and large-scale installations are informed by ritual, myth and spiritual practices. She is a curator in the Luce Center for Art & Religion, and teaches studio art to children and adults.