The Westminster Art Festival 2020 ... a celebration of art, earth care, and faith.
What can we say about "Sacred Place, Wild Spaces, "our 2020 Westminster Art Festival Exhibit? It's thoughtful Colorful. Diverse. Creative. Varied. Beautiful.
We invite you to come and see it for yourself.
Poetry entries are not posted on the walls this year but are available in book form.
You can pick one up when you visit.
(Suggested donation $3)
"The Circle is Broken"
by June Belitz
First Prize, 2020
The 8th annual
Westminster Art Festival
"Sacred Places, Wild Spaces"
... re-scheduled! August 1 - September 30, 2020!
Due to the ongoing concerns around Covid-19, we have made some changes to the Art Festival. We want to make sure that we provide a safe space for artists and poets, as well as a safe space for the public to interact with this Festival. We will not be holding any in person events open to the public. Instead, we have extended the length of the exhibit to include all of August and September.
Sundays 10:45 - noon
Mondays & Wednesdays 1 - 4 pm
Thursdays September 10 & 17 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Friday, September 25 5:30 -7:30 pm
and by appointment.
You can vote for the People's Choice Award
through September 30.
Of course, we'll be asking everyone to wear a mask and observe physical distancing. We will limit the number of people inside at any one time. But we're pleased to have a space that allows us to offer this exhibit safely, and we look forward to sharing it with you!
The video from thevirtual AWARDS PRESENTATION from Sunday, August 16
can be viewed on our Westminster Arts Festival Facebook page.
Many thanks to our 2020 Jurors!
Visual Art : Linda Rzoska
Poetry : Gail Griffin
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The Westminster Art Festival is a program of Westminster Presbyterian Church.
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.