Liturgical Arts Festival of Springfield Mini-Festival 2020

The Springfield Art Association hosts a juried exhibition of liturgical and sacred art as part of the biennial, interfaith Liturgical Arts Festival. The exhibition offers education, inspiration and appreciation of the many forms of spiritual expression. With entrants from all over the nation, this juried exhibit includes ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, painting, photography and sculpture — all spiritual interpretations, approaches and media are represented. The goal of the exhibition is to support diversity, promote understanding and foster tolerance. The Liturgical Arts Festival of Springfield, a nonprofit, interfaith organization, was founded in 1995 by clergy, artists and community volunteers interested in expressions of spirituality in the arts. This interfaith celebration of the arts is presented every two years and has evolved to include the juried art exhibit, music celebrations of faith and sharing of religious traditions. The Sacred & Liturgical exhibition closes Sept. 26.

Sacred & Liturgical
Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat., 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
M. G. Nelson Family Gallery
Springfield Art Association
700 N. Fourth St.

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