Two years ago, Trinity Gallery was born out of the belief that art has the power to communicate with intellectual, emotional and spiritual honesty our deepest longings for meaning and beauty. That art not only moves our hearts; it shapes our culture. Trinity Gallery has provided countless opportunities for artists and the community to engage with art and beauty. Specifically, we have thoroughly enjoyed participating in the First Friday Gallery Walk and want to thank everyone who has supported Trinity Gallery!
Our desire to support and contribute to the art community of Raleigh has led us to transition from Trinity Gallery to Trinity Arts.
Trinity Arts is a new initiative of Holy Trinity that will host periodic community events that feature different forms of art, including music, drama, sculpture, film, painting, and more. Our hope is that this would draw interest from artists and the broader community, foster meaningful discussion about faith and art, and create opportunities for the Gospel to be shared.
As we focus on this new initiative, we will no longer be participating in First Fridays as Trinity Gallery (effective immediately).
On Friday, November 6th, Trinity Arts will sponsor it’s first event – a screening of the documentary film Many Beautiful Things followed by a Q&A with director Laura Hinson. The film, produced by Kurosawa and featuring Michelle Dockery (Downtown Abbey) and John Rhys-Davies (Lord of the Rings), is about Lilias Trotter, an amazing but nearly forgotten Victorian painter who wrestled with provocative questions related to passion, calling, faith and art.
You can learn more about the event at www.trinityartsraleigh.org