Arts Chaplaincy Projects is a partnership between University of the Arts London & the Diocese of London, connecting arts practitioners with spiritual communities

Current Projects

    Religion & Art Talks

    with José Carlos Diaz, Adrian Rifkin, Tina Beattie, Jarel Robinson-Brown
    30 May: Art’s Atheism by Adrian Rifkin
    free tickets now available

    St Paul’s Chelsea

    Chelsea students researching art in St Paul’s Cathedral, leading to an exhibition in summer 2022

    Three Questions

    If I am not for myself, who will be?
    If I am only for myself, what am I?
    If not now, when?

Archived Projects

    Back To Life

    MAFA Chelsea site-specific exhibition in St Saviour’s Pimlico

    Religion & Art Forum

    a series of practice-led conversations, held in collaboration with Goldsmiths College

    Stations 2021

    An art project for Lent, leading to an online exhibition for Easter, with 36 artists showing 140 works

    The Spiritual Exercises 2

    a project building on connections made during The Spiritual Exercises, with 72 artists working in 24 collaborations

    The Spiritual Exercises

    An online exhibition mediating memory and longing via the parameters of the present, featuring 100 artists

    Chelsea Mardi Gras

    Two exhibitions in Chelsea College of Arts and St Saviour’s Pimlico, Glimmer music festival with 🏳️‍🌈 communion, + pancakes in the Parade Ground

    Palo Santo

    A project exploring the potential of craft-based practices for communal healing, working between London and Peru

    Heathrow Chapel Lightboxes

    A collaborative art project to celebrate the 50th anniversary of St George’s Interdenominational Chapel at Heathrow Airport

    Central Saint Martins in the Fields

    An exhibition of work by ten recent art and design graduates from Central Saint Martins in the Crypt of St Martin-in-the-Fields, reconnecting the college and the church that founded it

    My Devotion

    A series of talks across UAL focusing on the relation between creative and spiritual practices, with Faisal Abdu’Allah, Bonnie Camplin, Lucy Newman Cleeve, Sophie Gorton, Sarah Lightman, and Justin Senryū Williams