This visual presentation and lecture will introduce us  to a way of looking at the Crucifixion through signs and symbols, the language of which can penetrate the invisible realities, moving and directing our souls. Artist’s renderings of the Crucifixion can take on their own interpretations, becoming more than evidence of the history of the Crucifixion: they point at something much greater. Be inspired with new ways to look at depictions of the Crucifixion.

This event is being offered as both an evening event and a day time event.

Margaret Antonoff works with Blackfriars Gallery, a small gallery dedicated to bringing religion and the arts to the 

community. A catechist, lector and volunteer in many aspects of parish life, she has an MA in Theology with a concentration in religion and the arts and a BFA in graphic design.