Visual Arts Trips

Fall 2018 Visual Arts Opportunities

Explore the city’s unparalleled visual arts scene this fall with Trinity parishioners.


Friday, September 14, 5:45pm | The Met Museum at Fifth Avenue
Heavenly Bodies

The Costume Institute's spring 2018 exhibition, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, features a dialogue between fashion and medieval art from The Met collection to examine fashion's ongoing engagement with the devotional practices and traditions of Catholicism.

Thursday, September 27, 6pm | National Museum of the American Indian
Transformer: Native Art in Light and Sound

Transformer: Native Art in Light and Sound presents the work of 10 Native American artists who use light, digital projection, and experimental media to reflect on their place in and between traditional and dominant cultures.

Sunday, September 30, 2pm | The Westfield Apple Store
Photo Walk: How To Take Great Photos With Your Phone

Explore the world around you and level up your iPhone photography skills on an inspiring photo walk in our neighborhood.

Saturday, October 20, 11am-4pm | Brooklyn Glass
Neon Workshop

In this concise introduction to the art and science of neon tube making, students will learn about components, tools, and methods as they create an abstract piece of neon, using various torches with intimate instruction.

Tuesday, October 30, 7pm | The Architectural League
A lecture from Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto discusses the architectural space as human-made space and illusion, “the most beautiful illusion that you can ever be able to make.”

Saturday, November 10, 3:30-5pm | Noguchi Museum
Akari: Sculpture By Other Means

Isamu Noguchi’s electrified paper, bamboo, and metal Akari light sculptures have quietly become among the most ubiquitous sculptures on Earth. Experience these environments that exemplify Noguchi’s concept of light as both place and object.

Saturday, November 17, 10:30am-12pm | American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium
Dark Universe

Dark Universe celebrates the pivotal discoveries that have led us to greater knowledge of the structure and history of the universe and our place in it—and to new frontiers for exploration.


All activities sponsored by Trinity’s Congregational Arts committee. Information: Charles Jamison at or Deborah Hope at