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ECVA steps onto the global stage

ECVA steps onto the global stage

Episcopal Cafe partner and friend, Episcopal Church and Visual Arts (ECVA), steps onto the global stage with their latest Call for entries: Women At Prayer.

ECVA hopes to illuminate the diverse ways of expressing women’s prayer as they join the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross and the Center for Anglican Communion Studies at Virginia Theological Seminary who are co-sponsoring a conference called Anglican Women at Prayer: Weaving our Bonds of Affection, to be held in the Spring of 2014. The exhibition is open to all artists around the world, and the Curators will be ECVA co-founder Phoebe Griswold, Margaret Adams Parker, and C. Robin Janning. The Call for Entries to ECVA’s exhibition: Women At Prayer can be found here.


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