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Picturing the Parables

Zohair Hussain
Gallery Hours: 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Wednesday November 27 | Free.

 Faith Presbyterian Church invites audiences to come see the next stop of a traveling art exhibit inspired scenes from Jesus' parables. Made available through Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA), this exhibit explores what they cite to be "among the most potent images in art and a continual source of inspiration for artists by Christians worldwide. The show includes 20 works, and represents diverse voices from a wide array of subcultures and ethnic groups. The show runs through December 11, with Gallery Gatherings scheduled 6-8 p.m. for Nov 22, Dec. 6, and Dec. 13.



Where: Faith Presbyterian Church
Phone: 513-231-1399
Address: 6434 Corbly St.
Website: http://faithpca.org/2013/09/picturing-the-parables-a-civa-traveling-exhibition/

Faith Presbyterian Church

6434 Corbly St.
Mount Washington, Ohio
45230
 
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