Art center mounting database of artists

The Center for Liturgical Art at Concordia University, Seward, Neb., is inviting artists whose work has religious themes and is meant for worship settings to submit information for a database of liturgical artists that the center is assembling for its Web site as a resource for congregations and others.

Each artist may submit up to five slides of his or her work for consideration on the site.  Include the artist’s name, address, title of each work, the date it was completed, and the medium in which it is done.  Artists also are encouraged to include a short philosophical statement or explanation of intent for each piece of art.

Mail slides and written material to Kurt Bergdolt, The Center for Liturgical Art, Concordia University, 800 N. Columbia Ave., Seward, NE 68434.  Or, e-mail written material and images in jpeg or Adobe pdf format to kbergdolt@cune.edu.

Those who wish to use the database as a resource are encouraged to visit the university’s Web site at www.cune.edu (click on “Music and Arts,” then “Art,” then “Liturgical Art Center.”)

January 2004

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