Christi is privileged to have rotating collections of art from local
artists on display in our gallery. Located in the Pacem In Terris
Gallery, in the Martin Luther King Jr. room near the main entrance, the
beautiful and unique art creates a wonderful atmosphere to pray,
converse, or meditate. Watch for featured exhibits posted on our
calendar, eNEWS, or in the Pax Christi News monthly magazine.
If you are interested in joining our art committee, contact Ken Reineccius at 952-405-7250 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year's exhibit will be VIRTUAL!Submissions due November 1, 2020 – CLICK HERE to submit your art work.During these uncertain times, may you still find joy in creating and take this opportunity to join fellow parishioners in sharing their artistic gifts. This year’s exhibit, presented by the Pax Christi Art Committee, will be viewed by the community VIRTUALLY, at any time of day. Current Pax Christi parishioners—amateur, hobbyist, or professional—from ages 16 years or older, have the opportunity to show their fine art and craft. Guidelines and application procedures for this year’s Parishioners’ Art Exhibit is now available at link above. Links to the virtual Parishioner Art Exhibit will be sent out via parish communications and posted on the website.
AN ONLINE LOOK AT THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF PAX CHRISTIAlong with the people of this community, the art and architecture of Pax Christi make it a special place to gather and worship. We invite you to “visit” the campus online through the Art and Architecture Book of Pax Christi. This booklet was created to share the backstories of the church’s architecture and individual works of art. Pieced together, these stories help tell the narrative of the Pax Christi community. Click the link to view the architecture, sculptures, tapestry, paintings, and other works of art that are the backdrop of our worship and fellowship. CLICK HERE to view.