Artists’ Group Unites Faith and Creativity

The Council of Interfaith Congregations of the United States announces the launch of the American Interfaith Artists' Group (AIAG). The association seeks members of all religious backgrounds interested in expressing their faith through creativity.
 
 
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Artists’ Group Unites Faith and Creativity

The Council of Interfaith Congregations of the United States announces the launch of the American Interfaith Artists' Group (AIAG). The non-profit association seeks members of all religious backgrounds interested in expressing their faith through creativity.

Rev. Tammy Monroe, an interfaith minister and AIAG director, said the faith-based group aims to share the artistic expression of the interfaith spiritual experience in varied forms.

"Our intention is to educate the public about interfaith values and multi-faith spiritual expression while teaching about the world's religions and faith paths through art," Monroe said.

National and local exhibits are scheduled throughout the year. The AIAG accepts works from a variety of genres and mediums, including paintings, sculptures, multi-media and performance art.

The group currently has 50+ members of numerous faiths from Christianity and Islam to Buddhism throughout the United States and is accepting new applications.

For more information and to sign up for the AIAG’s free online newsletter, visit www.interfaithartists.org or email tmonroe@interfaithartists.org.  


About the Council of Interfaith Congregations of the US
The Council of Interfaith Congregations of the United States (CIC-USA) is a democratic religious association of independently organized interfaith, multi-faith and inter-spiritual congregations, communities and seminaries throughout the United States.

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The intention of American Interfaith Artists’ Group is to share with others, the artistic expression of the Interfaith spiritual experience in many varied creative forms, so that it may touch the heart of the observer, opening the door to understanding, compassion and harmony.
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