“(S)He has filled them with skill to do every sort of work done by an engraver or by a designer or by an embroiderer in blue and purple and scarlet yarns and fine twined linen, or by a weaver—by any sort of workman or skilled designer.” Exodus 35:35
You are invited!
Let’s ART Party and Sale, February 17, 11:30 – 1:30 pm, Ostrander Hall
Come join the fun as we celebrate the C/creator within all of us at the first ever Let’s ART Party and Sale. Every one of us has a creative thread woven into our beings. How do you make art?
On February 17, we get to enjoy the art of a good party among good friends all for a good cause. All money raised from the sale of art will go to the UCUCC Liturgical Arts Endowment which underwrites programs that seek to nurture inter-generational, community, and liturgical engagement through visual arts (banners, sculptures, stoles and other fabric arts), written word and dance.
At the Let’s ART Party and Sale you will find art on loan for display for all to enjoy, original art (created by the donor) donated for sale, and re/cycled art (collected by the donor who is ready to it pass along), also for sale.
Haven’t made your donation yet?
Donated and display items are being accepted through February 3 with drop off before and after service January 27 and February 3. Donation forms are available in the office, at a table in the Turner Commons, in the office, or >> here.
Can’t make the party or don’t need another piece of art in your home? Consider making a donation to support Liturgical Arts Endowment at the Give Now link online (scroll down to find Liturgical Arts).
Throughout January and early February, creative members among us have presented workshops on how art and creativity are a part of their life of faith, and the Red Wall has displayed images of members in creative pursuits.
Thank you to our workshop presenters Tom Furin, Jeaneane Hill, Nancy Wiesner, Mary Paananen, George Vestal and Christy McDanold, and to all who sent in pictures of yourself creating art. What a joy it’s been to see such creativity!
You can be a FoLA too! Simply Make Art, Support Art, and Party Art more often! For more information on being a FoLA, to donate art, or to help with the party, contact Roberta Hollowell, moc.nsm@sllewolloh