The value of public art

The value of public art was under discussion yesterday at St Paul’s Harlow with delegates to a commission4mission study day touring the Gibberd Gallery and Harlow Town Centre sculptures as examples of good practice in public planning. Those attending the study day, organised by commission4mission and supported by both Art and Christianity Enquiry and the Harlow Art […]

c4m exhibition and Study Day

The next commission4mission exhibition will include work by Harvey Bradley, Colin Burns, Jonathan Evens, Mark Lewis, Elizabeth Duncan Meyer, Caroline Richardson, Henry Shelton and Joy Rousell Stone and will be held at St Mary Magdalen Billericay from 9th – 18th September (10.00am – 5.00pm). This exhibition is being organised for the A127 Art Trail. Our next Study […]

Newsletter No. 8 – July 2011

commission4mission exhibition, Crypt Gallery at St Martin-in-the-Fields Exhibitions @ St Martin-in-the-Fields & the Leytonstone Festival Our exhibition in the Crypt Gallery at St Martin-in-the-Fields (4th – 17th July) was designed to encourage the commissioning of contemporary Christian art as 16 of our artists showed work in a variety of media, including cartoons, concept drawings, fused […]

Study Day: The value of public art

Press coverage

Henry Shelton has been featured in this week’s edition of his local newspaper, the Ilford Recorder. In the piece Henry tells how he came up with the idea for Commission For Mission and says: “I enjoy the creative process. I sometimes ask myself why I’m doing it! But I’ve been blessed. I enjoy the profoundness […]