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Sept. 8, 2016

The Kanata Centre for Worship and Global Song, at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, continues to explore faith and justice through visual art with a slate of four exhibitions during the fall term.

“Our lineup during the next few months is encouraging,” says Debbie Lou Ludolph, the Kanata centre’s director. “I’m sure the exhibitions offer many elements to prompt critical reflection.” The seminary’s worship leaders and faculty members often draw from the artwork during their services and for their classes, she added.

The fall 2016 term lineup is:

  • Sept. 7 – 29: Sharing our Creative Spirits
    • Various artwork by Waterloo Lutheran Seminary faculty and staff. 
  • Oct. 5 - 27: The B.E.S.T. — The Beauty of Embracing Spectacular Talent
    • Various artists supported by Christian Horizons.
    • Introduction at 5:50 p.m., Oct. 5, immediately after the Open Door service.
  • Nov. 2 – 24: Thoughts: Paintings by Ashwini Raghuram.
    • Introduction at 5:50 p.m., Nov. 2, immediately after the Open Door service.
  • Nov. 30 – Dec. 21: Stitching our Prayers: Seminary Women’s Auxiliary Quilts.
    • Introduction at 5:50 p.m., Nov. 30, after the Open Door service.

The public can view the exhibitions on weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding statutory holidays, and some weekday evenings.

Ludolph said she is happy to collaborate with artists from across Laurier’s campus and throughout Waterloo Region. If you think your artwork would help us stimulate conversation and reflection, please contact Ludolph at

Photo credit: Painting by Kate Harper.


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