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Art Center Revitalizes Historic Church
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TitleArt Center Revitalizes Historic Church
AbstractSt. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1300 North 18th Street, Kansas City, Kansas, is the home of a "multi-faceted arts outreach program and resource center for the Community". The parish's Grinning Gargoyle Project sells reproductions of the four grotesques that decorate the neo-Gothic building. The Rev. Carl Nau who served as priest at St. Paul's from 1921 until 1948 was an artist who oversaw the building's constrction in 1925.
DateSpring 2001
SourceInspired Space
LocationMVSC Q 720.288 F911
Volume5
Number1
Page3
Local SubjectEpiscopal Churches
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, Kansas City, Kansas
Gargoyles
Kansas City, Kansas
Nau, Carl
IllustrationsN
Item TypeNewsletter Article
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Item ID210577
CONTENTdm number21078
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