These photographs were made in light of ancient texts and those of our communities and earth suffering from a changing climate. They are images of ecological lament and fragile vitality that invite an earth-formed perspective on narrative and justice in the age of climate crisis.
What is the unbreakable, indestructible essence inside each of us that the art of dance seeks to reveal? Dancer-choreographer Maureen Fleming searches for an understanding of this internal and universal dimension through her installation featuring photography by Lois Greenfield, Christopher Odo, Spencer Tunic and Fleming.
Using image, fabric and handquilting, these icons tell the stories of women of the Bible, members of Janet Hagberg’s imaginary “Red Sea Band.” Reflection questions allow the viewer to make personal connections with the women.
He Qi’s art is a fusion of many traditions. In his works, one can find traces of medieval and Renaissance art, as well as the traditional Chinese crafts of paper cutting and weaving and hints of surrealism. Biblical events, themes, and images permeate most of Dr. He Qi’s paintings. His art brings a freshness of vision to old familiar stories and a reminder that God’s promises are both enduring and universal.
This retrospective exhibition documents the images, photos, videos, paintings, costumes, and other media that highlight the work and experiences of WILPF and celebrate the 100 Year Anniversary of WILPF, the 20th Anniversary of the UN Beijing Conference on Women, and the 93rd Anniversary of the Minnesota WILPF chapter. Activities include: Daily programs, videos, events and artists’ interactions.