St Barnabas Sacred Arts Festival
A Cultural Festival of Art & Music in West London
a magnificent venue with a history of hosting premier cultural events in Ealing, West London, is pleased to announce a festival of Sacred Art & Music to be held on 19th – 22nd July 2012.
Artists will be selected to show works for sale at this unique event. Sacred Art is a popular theme among collectors, yet events on the theme are few – creating a special opportunity for artists. The theme is broadly defined – any visual media intended to inspire, enlighten or praise spiritual values of any faith. From contemporary to classical, figurative to abstract styles, a wide range of works are invited to show and sell at what we hope will be a popular annual event.
Ample publicity is planned to make this an ideal platform for high quality works by professional and amateur artists. We also welcome emerging talented student artists and high school pupils. A music programme, building on the well-known strengths of St Barnabas in this area, will accompany the fine art programme.
Artists are invited to complete the application form in the pdf download on the right and submit to the festival organisers by Monday 30th April 2012.
St Barnabas Church will receive 20% of sales as a donation to the many services and ministries it performs for the
West London community. As spaces are limited, artists are encouraged to apply early. A small entry fee of £15 is required to cover administration costs and support the church, except for those in full time education, who may apply
Programme of Events
St Barnabas Arts Festival – 19th – 22nd July 2012
Thursday 19th July, 7.30pm
Opening Reception and Art Viewings
Friday 20th July, 1.00pm
Lunchtime Recital by the Grier Trio
Debussy Cello Sonata and the Prokofiev 2nd Violin Sonata
Saturday 21st July
Come and Sing Handel’s Messiah – Read full details
Rehearsals, 10.30am – 5.00pm
Sunday 22nd July
Picnic on the church green from 5pm
7pm, big screen showing of Die Fledermaus in the church.
Posters & Leaflets
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