Interfaith Art Exhibition Opening Reception

I’m happy to have been selected to participate in this exhibit. If you’re in the East Bay today, come by this evening!

“Finding Common Ground through Sacred Words” interfaith art exhibition breaks new ground with record number of exhibiting artists

Opening reception: May 11, from 5 – 8 pm

ICCNC: 1433 Madison St., Oakland, CA

On Saturday, May 11, from 5 to 8 pm at the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California (ICCNC), the interfaith art exhibition “Finding Common Ground through Sacred Words” will open with a public reception. ICCNC is one of three congregations that, along with Kehilla Community Synagogue and Montclair Presbyterian Church, make up the ‘Faith Trio,’ an interfaith initiative that has coordinated this exhibition, and has collaborated on a variety of community-building activities over the past eleven years, since the events of 9/11.

The number of artists exhibiting work has tripled since the Trio’s last interfaith art exhibition in 2011. Approximately 130 works of art from over 100 artists have been selected in a competitive process. The high number of submissions

Interfaith Art Exhibition Opening Reception

I’m happy to have been selected to participate in this exhibit. If you’re in the East Bay today, come by this evening!

“Finding Common Ground through Sacred Words” interfaith art exhibition breaks new ground with record number of exhibiting artists

Opening reception: May 11, from 5 – 8 pm

ICCNC: 1433 Madison St., Oakland, CA

On Saturday, May 11, from 5 to 8 pm at the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California (ICCNC), the interfaith art exhibition “Finding Common Ground through Sacred Words” will open with a public reception. ICCNC is one of three congregations that, along with Kehilla Community Synagogue and Montclair Presbyterian Church, make up the ‘Faith Trio,’ an interfaith initiative that has coordinated this exhibition, and has collaborated on a variety of community-building activities over the past eleven years, since the events of 9/11.

The number of artists exhibiting work has tripled since the Trio’s last interfaith art exhibition in 2011. Approximately 130 works of art from over 100 artists have been selected in a competitive process. The high number of submissions



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