The SACROEXPO exhibition gala ceremony held on June 10 the outstanding artists - Stanisław Bornus - Szczyciński, Tadeusz Boruta and Alexander Kornoukhov will be presented the medals
The “Per Artem ad Deum” Medal has been presented by the Pontifical Council for Culture for fifteen years already. The Medals are presented during the gala ceremony at Targi Kielce.Outstanding personalities from the world of culture, art and science receive the accolade from the medal chapter representatives and church dignitaries. The medal is ranked among the most exceptional distinctions. The creative milieus involved in spiritual art creation find the accolade extremely important. The gala awarding ceremony of the Pontifical Council for Culture's Per Artem Ad Deum Medal presented by the Pontifical Council for Culture will be held within the scope of the International Exhibition of Church Construction, Church Fittings and Furnishings and Religious SACROEXPO. The Medal bestowed to people who largely contribute to the to promotion of dialogue between the diversity of cultures in the contemporary world and thus promote man as an individual.
This year, the chapter headed by Bishop Marian Florczyk resolved to bestow the Per Artem Ad Deum medal to three personages - the distinguished artists representing various fields of art - Stanisław Bornus - Szczyciński an outstanding composer, a pianist and a singer, Tadeusz Boruta a painter and art a critic, and Alexander Kornoukhov the most outstanding modern mosaicist.