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The 9th annual

Westminster Art Festival

a celebration of art, earthcare, and faith

was held May 1 - June 30, 2021

The 2020 theme, which comes from a Ray Bradbury poem, invited artists and poets to explore the role of weather, seasons, climate, and climate change in our lives and in our inter-connected world.

2021 Jurors

Visual art: Randy Walker

Poetry:  Elizabeth Kerlikowske


"Rainmaker's Hands"

              by Anna Z. ILL

       Second Prize, 2021

"Where do birds go without rain?"

by Jeanne Fields

First Prize, 2021

Thank you! to all who made this year's Art Festival a success, especially to the artists and poets who shared their work!

Coming up, Fall 2021:


We are excited to host two seven-session classes in watercolor painting taught by Kay Preston Severson. 

Session 1 begins September 7.

Limited enrollment!

video of the


from Friday, May 14

 can be viewed on Facebook

Features comments from the jurors, the winning poems, presentation of the Committee Prize and more.

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We are grateful for grants from the Beim Foundation and the Presbytery of Lake Michigan,

which have made the establishment of the Westminster Art Festival possible.

The Westminster Art Festival is a program of Westminster Presbyterian Church.