2012

The Sabbath of History: William Congdon<br />Meditations on Holy Week

 

The Sabbath of History: William Congdon
Meditations on Holy Week

William Congdon (1912–1998) is regarded as one of the foremost painters of his generation. In the 1950s, his expressive images of urban landscapes caught the attention of critics and artists alike, who praised the intensity of his vision and his unique form of lyrical abstraction. More

Christmas Across Africa

 

Christmas Across Africa

The Knights of Columbus Museum presents its seventh annual crèche exhibition, Christmas Across Africa, Nov. 15, 2011 to Mar. 4, 2012. The display has nearly 100 crèches, statues and other artwork from 23 African countries and tribes, including wood and stone sculptures, Coptic icons, banana leaf Nativity scenes, polished stones and papyrus paintings. More
Full of Grace

 

Full of Grace

Full of Grace – Crowned Madonnas from the Vatican Basilica is an exhibit of 70 images of Marian devotion presented by the Knights of Columbus in cooperation with the Vatican. More

Joyeux Noël: Christmas in Canada

 

Joyeux Noël: Christmas in Canada

The nation of Canada is among the largest nations on earth geographically, and has a population of 35 million people, growing in size and diversity through immigration. More

Demonstrations in Woodcarving

 

Demonstrations in Woodcarving

Canadian-Italian artist Antonio Caruso, whose outstanding sculptures are on display in the Knights of Columbus Museum’s current exhibition, Joyeux Noel: Christmas in Canada, will present daily demonstrations in woodcarving from Dec. 5 to 9 at 2 p.m. in the museum lobby. More

Majestic Mosaics

 

Majestic Mosaics

The Knights of Columbus Incarnation Dome at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. More

12th annual Christmas Tree Festival

 

12th annual Christmas Tree Festival

Each year the Knights of Columbus Museum invites area schoolchildren to craft ornaments and decorate one of its many Christmas trees. This year 24 Connecticut schools responded. More

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