Here’s what others have said about previous Stations installations:

Dr. Aaron Rosen

Dr. Aaron Rosen is Professor of Religious Thought at Rocky Mountain College and Visiting Professor at King’s College London. He taught previously at KCL, Yale, Oxford, and Columbia, and received his PhD from Cambridge. He has curated various exhibitions, and written widely for scholarly and popular publications. He is the author of Imagining Jewish Art (Legenda, 2009) and Art and Religion in the 21st Century (Thames & Hudson, 2015), named one of the best books of 2015 by The Times. He is the editor of Religion and Art in the Heart of Modern Manhattan (Ashgate, 2015) and co-editor of Visualising a Sacred City: London, Art and Religion.

The Rev. Dr. Catriona Laing
The Rev. Dr. Catriona Laing is currently serving as Associate Rector at Church of the Epiphany in Washington, DC. Prior to moving to Washington, Catriona served in a parish in south London. Catriona holds a bachelor’s degree in Theology and Religious Studies from the University of Cambridge and a Masters in International Politics from l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris and earned her doctorate, a study of a Christian missionary’s engagement with Islam, while training for ordained ministry at Cambridge. Catriona’s vocation to the priesthood has been influenced by her commitment to inter-religious relations and to Christian ministry among the poor and marginalized. Her current position at Church of the Epiphany affords Catriona the opportunity to develop both aspects of her vocation through the diverse ministries, which take place at Church of the Epiphany.
The Rev. John W. Moody
The Rev. John W. Moody is an artist, art administrator, and curator. A graduate of Union College, he received a master’s degree in Theology at The Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts with the thesis Aesthetics and the Liturgical Movement, and a master’s degree in Painting and Sculpture at New York University with the thesis The Role of Art in Community Change. He joined Trinity Church’s staff as Associate for Community and Cultural Affairs to create a multi-arts ministry that received an Encore Award by the Arts and Business Council of NYC. Returning to New York after creating an inter-city Arts Ministry at Old St Paul’s Parish in Baltimore, Maryland, John served as Director of Program Development at Manhattan Plaza and eventually returned to Trinity Church as Director of Pastoral Ministry. He was a charter member of Episcopal Church and Visual Arts (ECVA) and has exhibited in and curated exhibitions in venues across New York. He has written articles on art and religion for Christian Century and Catholic World. He continues to be actively involved in the arts ministry of the Trinity Parish to which he first came fifty years ago.