You’re invited to the Tenth Art Group’s first Arts Salon on Sunday, March 26, 3:30–5:30 PM. Coffee and dessert will be provided. The discussion topic will be an open forum style, exploring cultural care as it relates to the identity of the group and how we, as creative Christians both in the church and in our community, can care for our culture. We should have a longing for a world renewed by the reality of God’s light and love. […]
The Tenth Arts Salon will be meeting April 30th from 1:30 to 4:00 to watch "The Red Shoes," a gorgeous technicolor paean to dance, music and art. After watching the film, our discussion will center around what place art should have in our lives and what measure is glorifying to God. Tea/coffee and dessert will be served. Please RSVP to Lydia Schrader.
The Tenth Arts Salon’s next event will be June 25, 1:30 PM, in 1710 Spruce Street, 2Rear. Group members will give three short readings, to be followed by discussion. Snacks and drinks will be provided. BYO lunch. Please RSVP to Lydia Schrader.
The Tenth Arts Salon’s next meeting is centering around music. We will be meeting at 1:30 PM, July 16th in the Choir Loft for a presentation from Colin Howland, with discussion to follow. All are invited and welcome! Please RSVP to Lydia Schrader.
The Arts Salon will gather in the Delancey lobby September at 1:30 PM (to give you time for lunch first) for a one-hour walking tour of Tenth’s architecture and history. We’d love for you to join us—please R.S.V.P. to LydiaMarieElizabeth@gmail.com.
Tenth's Arts Salon will be taking a museum trip together. We’d love for you to join us. For emails about upcoming events, please contact Lydia
The Tenth Arts Salon will meet Sunday, January 28, at 1:30 PM in 1710 Spruce, 2 Rear, for an activity and discussion on the purpose of art in academia. Materials and snacks will be provided. Please email Juliana at the link below to RSVP. This was originally scheduled January 21 at 1 pm.
Please join The Art Salon Sunday, May 20, 1:45 PM, to continue making prayer blankets, with the addition of making prayer bracelets. For questions, please email Juliana Leventhal.