Art Exhibit: Crows Shadow Institute of the Arts

Art Exhibit: Crows Shadow Institute of the Arts

Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts (CSIA) is located on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in the foothills of Oregon’s Blue Mountains. Trinity is proud to host this exhibit, examples of which can be found in major collections including: Library of Congress, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Portland Art Museum, Eiteljorg Museum, Wellin Museum of Art, Davis Museum at Wellesley, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Learn more at https://crowsshadow.org

The exhibit can be viewed any time the front office is open, Monday-Thursday, 10:00 am-3:00 pm, and Sundays 8:00 am-12:00 pm, May 8-July 3.

Art Forum: Crows Shadow Institute of the Arts

Join us as we celebrate the opening of our newest exhibit, featuring art of the Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts. CSIA is located on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in the foothills of Oregon’s Blue Mountains. Trinity is proud to host this exhibit, examples of which can be found in major collections including the Library of Congress, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Portland Art Museum, Eiteljorg Museum, Wellin Museum of Art, Davis Museum at Wellesley, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Learn more at https://crowsshadow.org / The exhibit can be viewed any time the front office is open, Monday-Thursday, 10:00 am-3:00 pm, and Sundays 8:00 am-12:00 pm, May 8-July 3.

Cabaret: The Great British Sing-Off

We are so chuffed that our favorite party of the season is finally back on—and this time, it’s chockablock full of your favorite tunes from British musicals! This year, we’re heading to the tent for a good old-fashioned Great British Bake Off – er, Sing Off – featuring celebrity judges and three rounds of competition. Seats are limited, so don’t delay – buy your tickets today! Tickets: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=csdtc

Please note: Proof of full vaccination or negative Covid test is required to attend.

Wednesday at the Commons: Epiphany II Term

Join us every Wednesday evening for a wide variety of classes that open us to new ways of thinking, push us to go deeper in our relationships and commitments, and offer us new insights into each other and God. Learn more & register at trinity-episcopal.org/wednesdays

Epiphany Term II (2/9-23; 3 sessions)

– The Poetry of David Whyte (Taught by Matthew Lawrence)
– Anglican Prayer Beads (Taught by Shana McCauley)
– Accelerated Liquid Acrylic Art (Taught by Allan Oliver)

Organ Recital: Stefan Donner (Vienna)

Organist Stefan Donner plays a thrilling recital featuring music by Bach, Mozart, and Howells prior to our weekly Evensong at 5:00 pm. Stefan hails from Vienna and holds degrees from his native Austria, Holland, and the Eastman School of Music, in Rochester, New York. He has performed and taught all over the world, and we are proud to be hosting him here at Trinity on his first visit to Portland!

New Year’s Eve Concert

Ring in the new year in style at this annual benefit for the Trinity Food Pantry.
This year’s all-star lineup includes pianist Susan Chan, Portland Symphonic
Girlchoir, organists Bruce Neswick and Katie Burk, bagpiper Mark Mullaney,
and a special guest emcee — All Classical’s Warren Black!

Learn more &  buy tickets: https://www.trinity-episcopal.org/music-series

For more information about our COVID protocols, visit https://www.trinity-episcopal.org/post/revised-covid-protocols. Trinity’s parking lot is pay-to-park.

Labyrinth Speakers: Creative Journeys with Labyrinth Building

(Held on Zoom) Local land artist Stephen Shibley will share stories of transformation through labyrinth creation and will help us learn to connect labyrinth patterns and creativity to healing and grounding. Attendees will be led on a virtual tour of labyrinths that he has been blessed to birth, before engaging in an experiential activity with a labyrinth and meditation.

Suggested donation: $15, sliding scale
Register in advance: https://onrealm.org/TrinityEpiscopalpdx/PublicRegistrations/Event?linkString=ZWI4N2MwM2EtMGFhZC00YTZlLTlkNjQtYWRhYTAxNzY0Y2Y4

Questions? Contact Patricia Newton at trish@keyosk.com

About the speaker: Stephen Shibley is a Land Artist and Landscape Architect that has been creating labyrinths in the Portland area for 15 years. After graduating from the University of Oregon, he created Fertile Ground, LLC to create public and private healing spaces. He is a founding member of Labyrinth Network Northwest (LNN) and served on the board of The Labyrinth Society from 2011-2015. He chaired the 2009 Labyrinth Society Gathering Planning Team to bring the TLS gathering to the northwest for the first time. He currently continues to build lovely sacred labyrinths with his great artistic gift.

Halloween Organ Spooktacular

Trinity’s organists team up to put us in a scary mood and help us raise money for the cathedral’s outstanding Hunger Ministries. Katie Burk and Bruce Neswick will be joined by our new Intern in Church Music Gregor McGee in offering a program of varied and scary organ repertoire in the spirit of Halloween. And, yes, Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor will be on the program!

Join us in the cathedral for this family-friendly program of nonstop musical thrills and chills, all to raise money for Trinity Hunger Ministries. Come in costume!

TICKETS: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=126882