Review of CIVA | Christians in the Visual Arts
Page reviewed 2017-02-17
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Top 5 Posts by CIVA | Christians in the Visual Arts
|2016-12-24||If you can find some quiet space amid gift wrapping and opening, cooking...||19||0||6|
|2016-12-21||Congratulations to CIVA member, Margaret Adams Parker, for her honor...||13||1||4|
|2016-12-15||This amazing Call for Art ends tomorrow night. If you are an artist, you...||17||0||3|
|2016-12-01||Hospitality is the antidote to hostility. Read more on the CIVA Blog.||6||0||2|
|2016-12-22||Read today's post on the CIVA Blog by Michelle Arnold Paine.||5||0||2|
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|2017-02-06||DISCOVERING LIGHT: THE ARTISTIC JOURNEY APRIL 25 - 29 Step away for a few days of creative...||1|
|2016-12-11||Papaw’s free eBook published online thoughts4Christmas.com . . . Take a devotional break from...||0|
|2016-12-09||Free drawing and painting videos available now at RenaissanceLifenow.com!||0|