Carnegie Museum of Art Tour

Art De Sacredos

Sacredos is the Latin word for priest, literally translated “giver of the sacred.” Artists function in this capacity in various ways. They look at the mundane and the commonplace, and see it as beautiful and meaningful. They remind us of the rhythms and dance of life. They see the empty places as being full of light and spirit, and remind us that life is everywhere, and that we are never alone. – Jim Kalnin, The Spirituality of Art

During Lent, as you prepare your heart for Easter, please consider listen- ing for God to speak to you in different ways. We invite you to join us for a guided tour of the Carnegie Museum of Art. We will ask you to experience the art through the lens of the above quote.

For the tour we will carpool from the church parking lot at 10:20am. Afterward, we will discuss the tour over lunch at the museum (ev- eryone will purchase their own.) We will be back to the church no later than 2 PM. Your admission fee covers admission for both the art and the natural history museum; so if you would like to stay later on your own, please let us know , you can drive yourself and meet us at the Art Museum.

Saturday, March 5 $15 adults, $11 senior adults fees due to church office by Sun., Feb. 21

Carnegie Museum of Art Highlights 60 min., minimum needed for the tour: 9 people
Monet, Van Gogh, Hopper, Warhol … their works are only the begin- ning of CMOA’s renowned collection! Discover painting, sculpture, and decorative objects by some of the most fascinating artists. Learn about their styles, subjects, and moments in time, while uncovering the mean- ing these works hold for you.

If you have questions, please call Dee Paras 412.276.0679

Thank you,
The Scripture & the Arts Team: Ron Emrick, Doris Gottschall, Kay Heidkamp, Ellen Heriger, Dee Paras & Polly Walter

Date(s) - Mar 5, 2016
10:20 am - 2:00 pm

Parking Lot - Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church