John Paul II School to host spiritual art show

| March 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

Pope John Paul II School in northeast Minneapolis will host the 11th Annual Spiritual Art Show from Sunday, April 10, to Friday, April 15.

The show will be open from 3 to 7 p.m. daily at the school’s Kolbe Center, 1630 Fourth St. N.E., one block east of University Ave. and 17th Avenue. It is free.

All artists that live in Minnesota are welcome to submit work that has been done within the past three years, no later than Monday, April 4.

Prizes totaling $500 will be awarded to the best works in the show, which is non-denominational and non-sectarian.

Complete contest rules and entry forms are available online at or e-mail or by mail: send a self-addressed /stamped business-size envelope to: Nick and Rosie Heille, NE Mpls Artist Concierge Service, 3460 Garfield St. NE, Mpls, MN 55418.

Attendance has grown each year and every show has sold some works. Past hosts include Catholic ElderCare, Grace United Methodist and Northeast Community Lutheran in Minneapolis.

Also, past winners have gone on to be displayed at Basilica of St. Mary, United Theological Seminary and St Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral.

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