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The exhibition "Traces of Christianity in Art: Painting" is a trip through time, from the catacombs until our days, visiting the various time periods and Christian artists who have left their testimony imprinted in their paintings.  It is an enriching experience for the mind and the spirit focused on people interested in art and spirituality.  The exhibit consists of 40 panels and other components such as figures, books, glass display cases, audiovisuals, etc.  Everything is prepared for cultural centers, schools, churches and civic centers.  During several days, the church can utilize this exhibition to invite friends and the whole city, from the authorities to the schools, to pay a visit.  With an official inauguration, where the authorities are invited, and a conference about the topic, the sessions are inaugurated, opening a door to share the gospel with professionals and academics interested in art.  If you would like more information, click here.

Watch a power point show of the entire exhibition.  There are 68 slides which advance automatically, or you can use the 'page up' and 'page down' keys to move through the slides.


Upcoming showings of this exhibition

none currently scheduled



The exhibition about Martin Luther King is a journey through his life, showing his contribution to racial integration, tolerance, the peace culture, and the development of Human Rights.  Along the 40 panels which make up the exhibit, the visitor will encounter components for reflection which are more necessary every day.  Under the title "The commitment of a man of faith", different aspects are revealed of the life of this evangelical pastor who received the Nobel Peace Prize and was assassinated for living in a manner consistent with his Christian convictions.  This is an ideal exhibition to place in elementary and secondary schools, arranging with the parents' association or the ethics teacher to dedicate various sessions to the study of peace and living in harmony.  If you would like more information, click here.


Upcoming showings of this exhibition

June 2010: Barcelona

November 2010: Santa Marta de Tormes (Salamanca) c/ Mequinenza, 20; 28022 Madrid; Spain  Tel. (+34) 91-742-79-11 Site Map