The Guild’s mission is to enrich the faith and work of artists; to nurture a taste for Goodness, a longing for Truth, and a love of Beauty; to deepen the artist’s relationship with the Creator; to build networks of artists in friendships, collaborations and mentorships.

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Annual Greater Cincinnati Art Show Opening Reception

Over 250 people joined us for the opening reception of our Greater Cincinnati Catholic Art Exhibition! With 50 pieces of art and a diverse collection of artists from across the region, our exhibition makes it clear that Catholic art is alive and well in Cincinnati.​

See the exhibition at St. Francis Xavier Mondays through Fridays from 10-4, or stop in after Mass. Don’t miss it!

Upcoming Guild Events​

GALLERY HOURS
Annual Greater Cincinnati
Catholic Art Exhibition: Juried
11/12/22 – 1/12/23 • Mon-Fri • 10am-4pm
St. Francis Xavier Undercroft

An Evening for Catholic Artists
Saturday, 12/10 • 7pm
St. Francis Xavier Downtown Undercroft

Past Events

Sacred Music Workshop
Sat, 9/24 & 10/1 • 9am-12pm
St. Peter in Chains Synod Room

Mass for Artists
Mon, 8/29/22 • 7pm
St. Monica St. George

Hillbilly Thomists with Easter Rising
Sun, 7/31/22 • 2-4pm
St. Gertrude Parish Center

An Evening for Catholic Artists • Monday, 5/9/22
St. Francis Xavier Downtown Undercroft

Needle Arts with Caroline Hofmann
Saturday, 4/30/22
St. Peter in Chains Synod Room

How to Photograph Work for Submissions
Monday, 3/14/22 • 7pm-9pm
St. Monica / St. George

Storytelling & the Catholic Imagination
Saturday, 2/12/22 • 9am-12pm
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Books, Bourbon & Beauty
Friday, 2/11/22 • 7-9pm
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The Sculpting of Time
Saturday, 12/4/21 • 9am-1pm
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The Visio Divina
Monday, 11/8/21 • 7-9pm
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A Figure Drawing Workshop
Saturday, 10/9/21 • 9am-1pm
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The Human Figure and Contemporary Sacred Art
Monday, 9/13/21 • 7-9pm
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I attended the Inaugural Mass for Artists/Gathering for the Guild back on September 12th. As an artist and a Catholic, I am always looking for new ways to not only advance my technical skills and career opportunities in the creative field but to glorify God while doing so. Unfortunately, it seems that there are not many others like me, or so I thought until I came to the Mass for Artists. That night was one of the most encouraging events to happen to me in the last few years. 

-Michael Thompson (Visual Artist, Poet, University Student)

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