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Faith & Art

Tamela Wagner
Accent Winter 2019 Magazine

New this academic year, local Christian visual artists are displaying their art and presenting artist talks in the library’s rotating gallery in a series of events called Faith & Art. The first featured artist was Julia Otterness, founder of Genesis 1-1 Fine Arts, a ministry of evangelism through fine arts, followed by Kelly Kruse’s Illumination: Wrestling with God through Visual Art, Poetry, and Music.

Coming up this semester, the public is invited to view the art of:

Tamela Wagner: The Art of Losing Myself Gallery showing mid-February through mid-March Artist Talk: February 20, 2019 | 7 – 8 p.m.
Mabee Learning Commons, first floor

A mixed-media artist, Tamela will share the story of her amazing journey through surviving “impossible” brain surgery and how God brought her art to life as a part of her healing process.

Carol Schwabauer

Carol Schwabauer

Carol Schwabauer: A new collection Gallery showing mid-March through mid-April Artist Talk: March 21, 2019 | 7 – 8 p.m.
Mabee Learning Commons, first floor

Carol will display her collection of mixed-media artwork, including paintings and photography, created specifically for this display.

Faith & Art is a free Mabee Learning Commons presentation in partnership with the Department of Arts and Humanities.

This Issue

Fall 2020

With gratitude we present this issue featuring God’s blessings in allowing MNU students, faculty, staff and administration to be on campus and in classes during the pandemic. Many institutions were not that fortunate. Read all about it and enjoy surprising news about increases in enrollment and other progress happening during this unprecedented time.

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