This art exhibition in the Link Gallery at the University of Winchester brings together women artists from across Europe to celebrate the ongoing heritage of Christa images. Artists include Megan Clay (UK), Silvia Martinez Cano (Spain) and Sylvia Grevel (Netherlands).
The exhibition will also include the Bosnian Christa created by Margaret Argyle in 1993.
The Institute for Theological Partnerships has organised a series of free lectures to accompany the exhibition:
10 July 2015
Examining the Christa Heritage
Lecture from Dr Nicola Slee, Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham
17 July 2015
The Bosnian Christa: Motivation and Influence
Lecture from the artist Margaret Argyle
24 July 2015
Royal Bodies: Deification and Demonization
Professor Susan Bordo, University of Kentucky
For information or to book a place please contact: TheologicalPartnerships@winchester.ac.uk
Link Gallery opening hours are 9am-5pm weekdays and most weekends. Please note weekend opening may be restricted, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01962 827578 to confirm. Admission is free and parking is available.
Further information about exhibitions at the University of Winchester can be found at www.winchester.ac.uk/visualart