Beloved Community Exhibit
February 11 – 28
Students are invited to make and exhibit work related to the following:
“The end is reconciliation; the end is redemption; the end is the creation of the beloved community.”
— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., December 3, 1956
Beloved Community Exhibit ( you are invited to make something and exhibit your work)
Dates: Mid to late February, 2019
Location: Hammons Gallery, Mabee Fine Arts Building, Ouachita Baptist University
All students are invited to produce artworks and writings (anything that can be displayed) in the Hammons Gallery, Mabee Fine Arts Building. Last semester Kimberly Blackford spoke at chapel on the concept of Beloved Community – a concept central in the efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
For more on what he meant by this concept refer to Kimberly Blackford’s chapel presentation last semester, available at https://vimeo.com/303136252#t=840s
Any framing of artwork is the responsibility of the participant. Works may be displayed directly on the walls. Framing must be complete before February 11. Works must be delivered to the Hammons gallery on Monday February 11, by noon.