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Imaging the Sacred Art of Chant

Imaging the Sacred Art of Chant

The Episcopal Church and Visual Arts presents a new exhibition for the Advent season.

Curator Ana Hernandez writes:

“Shining light on the issues that disrupt our love and bringing our most loving selves to the community is the work of becoming the serenity and peace we seek. In his book Music and Imagination, Aaron Copland writes: ‘This never ending flow of music forces us to use our imaginations, for music is in a continual state of becoming.’ Our becoming is made possible by our experience and our quiet, patient work with the spirit. …May we look deeply, confident in the gifts we have, and not let fear keep us from stepping out of our comfort zones, saying Yes! in our dialogues. May we see ourselves as the encouraging angels we are.”

See it here and on the Café’s Art Blog


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