Sacred Spaces of Greater Cincinnati
Sacred Spaces of Greater Cincinnati is a documentary about the magnificent architecture and art preserved in our churches, temples and mosques. Videotaped in High Definition video, this one-hour documentary takes viewers on an extraordinary journey through some of the area's greatest architectural treasures.
Sacred Spaces of Greater Cincinnati presents the full spectrum and incredible diversity found inside dozens of historic and contemporary spaces, including over twenty religious buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Architects, scholars and clergy provide historical context on the broader social significance of these architectural wonders, from the earliest ancient and frontier sites, through the "Golden Age" of church and temple construction in the 1800s, urban migration of the 1900s to the architecture of new religious communities of the present.
A Sacred Spaces of Greater Cincinnati DVD is available through CET Member Services. This program was made possible through the generous contributions of Carl H. Lindner; The Ohio Humanities Council, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities; The Josephine S. Russell Charitable Trust, PNC Bank N.A., Trustee; The Fine Arts Fund, GBBN architects; and the support of CET and Voyageur Media Group, Inc.
Sacred Spaces of Greater Cincinnati is a production of Voyageur Media Group, Inc. in collaboration with CET and dozens of regional scholars, clergy, musicians and participating organizations. Established in 1991, Voyageur is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation of public media about science, history and culture. For more information, visit Voyageur's Sacred Spaces website.