Annual Report 2012-13

Incarnation exhibition at Wimbledon Library Gallery In 2012/13 commission4mission has made a significant contribution to the mission of the Church during the Olympic and Paralympic periods through our involvement in the ‘Run with the Fire’ project. We have also held a launch event in South London, exhibited at venues across London and collaborated with a […]

franciscan magazine articles

Articles written by commission4mission members for franciscan magazine can now be viewed online at They include: ‘Facets of faith: the gospel in modern and contemporary art’ by Jonathan Evens; ‘Father Andrew the artist: Plaistow friar, who never lost his boyhood enthusiasm for all things artistic’ by Steven Saxby; and ‘Re-imagining the gospels’ by Helen Gheorghiu Gould.

Members’ update: Clack, Evens and Pavliv-Tokarska

Christopher Clack has been included in the Creekside Open 2013 exhibition selected by Paul Noble – 2 – 26 May, Thursday to Sunday from 12noon to 5pm, free entry at the Art in Perpetuity Trust (APT), Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SA. APT is a registered charity committed to promoting the value of creativity through the visual arts.  Located in South […]

Newsletter No. 15 – January 2013

Christmas Exhibition: Incarnation Wendy McTernan curated and organised an excellent commission4mission exhibition entitled ‘Incarnation’ at Wimbledon Library Gallery in December 2012. commission4mission’s South London launch took place at a well attended Private View. We were encouraged by the interest shown by all who came both in the conversations that took place and in the works […]

franciscan: three articles

Three commission4mission members have written articles on the arts for the latest edition of franciscan, which is published three times a year by the First Order brothers and sisters and includes articles on Franciscan themes, as well as book reviews and news of the Society. The three articles are: Facets of faith: the gospel in modern and contemporary art by […]