The wall above is a collaborative art project in the Women's Health Center, at the University of Californian San Francisco in in 2015. It is a wall of Hope & Gratitude. patients, staff, visitors and the public in general were all asked to contribute a small work of art to the wall expressing gratitude for people and experiences in their life.

As part of our year long exploration of gratitude we are creating a wall of thankfulness at CFA. The public is encouraged to participate by creating their own 4" x 4" works of art expressing gratitude for some person, place, organization, group, or experience that has had a special impact on their life. It doesn't matter what media; paint, weave, draw, quilt, collage, embroider, journal; whatever you feel most comfortable using to express your gratitude. We will use these works of art to fill the wall outside of our galleries.

Periodically through the year we will have workshops in various media where artists help you create a piece of art for the wall. Also you can talk to us about arranging a workshop for a group you belong to. This project will continue for the whole year. Donations to support this project will be accepted with gratitude.

In the Main Gallery...

Opening April 16

​5:00 to 6:30

Center for Faith & the Arts


The Gallery is open during regular office hours and 

 by appointment. 

call to schedule for both individuals and groups

704-647-0999




Come join us in celebration as Center for Faith & the Arts showcase all the artwork created by Rowan Helping Ministries Residents for their art program.
All artwork will be offered for sale, and the money will go to the residents to help them with transportation, food, resources and more.
You will definitely want to take a piece home with you, as all artwork created was centered around inner strength and self love.
Not only will you be helping those in need, you will also be bringing a beautiful positive energy into your home with these art works.
We are open for everyone in the community to come show their support, so that our participants feel loved and encouraged on their uphill climb of recovery.
Your presence matters!
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Hallway Gallery: Ongoing All Year