OPEN DOORS: ART IN ACTION

In the Parish Hall, located downstairs from the church, we have a new gallery exhibit space that is open to the public! Started in Spring of 2018, the gallery exhibits work by local visual artists, and musicians, while partnering with area non-profits to raise awareness of social, environmental, and justice issues in our community and around the world. 

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OPEN DOORS: ART IN ACTION GALLERY

423 N. Beaver St. • Flagstaff AZ 86001 • 928.774.2911


Hours: Tues – Fri, 9 am – 12 pm, 1 – 4 pm
             Sun, 8 am – 12:30 pm

Past Exhibits.



  • The Landscape
    of Uranium Mining
  • My Brothers, Our Sisters
    Photographs of Haitian
    People by Dr. Michael Collier and Jake Bacon
  • Ultraviolet: Textile Artworks Revealing Women's Issues
    by Darcy Falk
  • Peace & Reconciliation
    A Juried Exhibit of
    Paintings, Photographs
    and Mixed Media
  • Art of Epiphany: A community of Art and Fellowship; artworks in various media by 20 Epiphany parishioners

  • Honoring Elders by award-winning artist Kathi Baron 

  • Borders + Crossroads: A Curated Exhibit by Rachel Running      

          About Borders + Crossroads 


Past Exhibits.

Locked Up: Pain and Resilience:

a Juried Exhibit

 October 4,  6 - 8:30 pm 
 “Mass Incarceration and the Bordering of Citizenship” – an illustrated

presentation by Dr. Nancy Wonders, School of Criminal Justice, NAU.

 November 1,  6 - 8:30 pm

 “People Not Prisons” – stories by representatives of ACLU Smart Justice,

the Justice Project at ASU Law, and Arizona Faith Network.

December 6,  6 - 8:30

 “Justice in Coconino County “ – an expert panel discussion with:

Coconino County Sheriff, Jim Driscoll

  Hon. Fanny Steinlege, Superior Court, District VI, Mental Health Court 
Recovery Court Coordinator, Sixto Valdevia
Detention Center Program Manager, Jim Bret

Exodus Counselor, Michael Vaughn I

 

Resources for Justice Reform

  •             "Creations"

Arts & Crafts of Epiphany's Community

December 12, 2019-February 5, 2020

With over a century of community and fellowship, Epiphany has long been a gathering place for worship, as well as, creative expression.  It is in this spirit, that we invite you to a diverse, all-ages Epiphany showcase, to run through the holidays.