Now in its fourth year, the Guild's annual traveling exhibit provides regional churches with a curated exhibit of high-quality original artwork, complete with publicity and programming materials. Our newest exhibit is titled Jubilee | Jubiileo and features 16 artworks that explore the theme of Jubilee.
Please Note: A .pdf brochure is available for download at the bottom of this page with information about the exhibit as well as sample images of the artwork.
January 2 - February 1, 2016: St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Wenatchee, WA
Don't see a venue in your area yet? Check back soon! We update this schedule regularly as we finalize plans with additional churches. If your house of worship is interested in hosting the exhibit, please contact the Guild for available dates.
Click to learn more about the artist & see a link to his or her personal website.
The exhibit comes with a variety of materials to help ministry leaders and congregations reach out to the local community, as well as engage with the artwork through worshi , group activities, and individual prayer. All exhibit publicity material & meditations are bilingual (English/Spanish.)
Publicity posters, postcards, & sample press release
Printed wall labels & curatorial statement
Art & Reflection Books
Coloring Pages (ages 3-12)
Search-and-Find Activity (ages 10+)
Resources Booklet with planning timelines, FAQs on handling art, suggestions for hosting a reception, etc.
Each hosting venue is responsible for:
Distributing publicity to the community
Installing the artwork on its premises
Sponsoring a reception or open house
Insuring artwork while on its premises
Transporting artwork to the next venue.
Jubilee | Jubileo will travel from January 2016- December 2017. The exhibit is scheduled in one-month increments. A monthly rental fee of $250 helps cover the cost of creating the exhibit & all accompanying materials. To schedule the exhibit for your venue, please contact the Grünewald Guild at (509) 763-3693 or office [at] grunewaldguild.com.
This exhibit should be displayed a secure, well-lit space where artworks will be protected from damage or theft. This exhibit requires up to 40’ of wall space, as well as several sturdy pedestals or small tables for display of sculptural work.
Assistance with installing this exhibit may be available by special request.
Images by Sarah Jane, What Sustains Us art exhibit at St. Luke's Episcopal Church Wenatchee, November 2014.