Annual festival is about the sacred, not religious

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Annual festival is about the sacred, not religious

Sacred Arts celebrates all spiritual inspirations
“Angels Sleeping”, a watercolor painting by Lee Ann Costello is part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON.
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“Tibet: Land of Mystery”, a collection of photographs by Rebekah Wilkins-Pepiton hangs in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church as part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON, an art exhibit of 40 artists’ work.
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“Here is Love”, a mixed media creation by Kathe Byrne hangs in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church as part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON, an art exhibit of 40 artists’ work.
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“Supernova”, a giant quilt created by Cathy Duggen adorns the walls of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church as part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON, an art exhibit of 40 artists’ work.
If you go

All events will take place at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 910 East Third Ave. For a full schedule of events and workshop registration, visit www.SacredArtsFestival.com or call 247-1129.



Today



5-7 p.m.: ICON art exhibit opening reception. On display through October.



Saturday



7 p.m.: “Poetry for the Spirit,” free, readings and reception.



Sunday



2 p.m.: “Music for Sacred Spaces,” free.

Annual festival is about the sacred, not religious

“Angels Sleeping”, a watercolor painting by Lee Ann Costello is part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON.
SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald



“Tibet: Land of Mystery”, a collection of photographs by Rebekah Wilkins-Pepiton hangs in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church as part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON, an art exhibit of 40 artists’ work.
SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald



“Here is Love”, a mixed media creation by Kathe Byrne hangs in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church as part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON, an art exhibit of 40 artists’ work.
SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald



“Supernova”, a giant quilt created by Cathy Duggen adorns the walls of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church as part of The Sacred Arts Festival show ICON, an art exhibit of 40 artists’ work.
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