Alaskan Native Spiritual Legacy
Alaskan Native Spiritual Legacy

Metropolitan Museum items will be featured in this exibit

Press Release from Villanova
 
As we honor the 45th anniversary of the canonization of St. Herman of Alaska, the north star of Christ's Holy church, we are pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition, "Russian America: The Alaskan Native Spiritual Legacy". Organized by Fr. Richard G. Cannuli, OSA, Villanova University Art Gallery and Fr. John J. Perich, curator of the Metropolitan Museum of the Orthodox Church in America and St. Tikhon's Monastery and Seminary Icon Repository. This exhibition celebrates the various native American peoples of Alaska, their culture and the spiritual legacy of the  Russian Orthodox Church.
 
Opening Reception
January 22, 2016 5PM-7PM
 
Exibit Dates
January 22 - May 16, 2016
 
Villanova University Art Gallery
Connelly Center
2ND Floor
800 Lancaster Avenue 
Villanova, PA 19085
(610) 519-4612
 
 
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