ART AT THE CATHEDRAL
Art at the Cathedral (AATC) is a voluntary committee made up of art lovers within the church and community. Our goal is to provide ‘sacred space’ for artists who feel that visual art is one of their modes of spirituality. Artists of many different faiths participate in the exhibits. Gallery hours are 9:30am to 3:30pm, Monday through Friday and by special request.
We participate in Gallery Hop on the 3rd Friday evening every other month along with the other art galleries in downtown Lexington. Please join us for amazing art, delicious food, and wonderful music. Dates for the 2020 season are January 17, March 20, May 15, July 17, September 18 and November 20.
For more information on AATC, Gallery Hop, or including your own pieces of art in a future exhibit, contact AATC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Women 100 Vote: The Suffragists of Christ Church Cathedral"
Exhibits Runs: January 12 - March 1, 2020
Gallery Hop: Friday, January 17, 5:00-8:00pm
One hundred years ago, on January 6, 1920, Kentucky ratified the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. Many of the leading suffragists were members of Christ Church Cathedral including Laura Clay, Madeleine McDowell Breckinridge, Jesse Hutchinson, and many others. This exhibit features photographs and biographies of the Christ Church members involved in this long fight to guarantee the voting rights of women. Additionally, we are pleased to present an exhibit featuring the work of Christ Church member and artist Deborah Slone and of several other women artists, including Lucy Hale (Ermine), Cheryl Walton (Lexington), Angelyn DeBord (Nichelsville, VA), Pam Oldfield Meade (West Liberty), Sally Warfield (Lexington) and Janet Serrenho (Lexington).
Please join us for Gallery Hop, 5-8pm on Friday, January 17, for food and music in the Great Hall by Kristy & Al Beers. We will also have on display informative exhibits relating to the Suffrage movement by the Henry Clay Memorial Foundation, the Kentucky League of Women Voters and Lexington's Breaking the Bronze Ceiling Initiative.