As part of the MAJIC (Music and Art for Justice in the Community) Concert Series, Bethlehem Lutheran hosts local visual artists and displays their work in its gathering spaces.
The visual art is an important part of our MAJIC series and mission, presenting an eclectic variety of artistic styles and influences. Often the pieces are available for purchase, all proceeds going directly to the artist. Openings are held officially at 6:30 on the nights of the concerts, and the art is viewable for the month any time the building is open. All artists are invited to speak to the audience at the MAJIC concert, and will on occasion also address one of the adult Sunday School classes and/or give a “tour” to the kids at Hill CDC.
On the docket for this year’s series:
Jason Rutter and Nate Abramowski will be showing their environmental landscapes of the Grand River called “reDiscovering the Grand.”
Anal Shaw – street photography from India
Ashley Paige – a photographic essay about self/body image
Deborah Rockman – digital drawings called “The Space Between Us” — a juxtaposition of images of privileged and impoverished children