(This exhibit will be on display during Easter.) Think of the greatest love story ever told. What comes to your mind? We’re calling for 2-D and 3-D artworks that explore themes of friendship, sacrifice, kindness, and family, whether based on our own friends or family, people we’ve read about, people who inspire us, people in history, or people in scripture. Jesus said, “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15:13
Ever wonder what real love looks like? Substitute your own name into I Corinthians 13.
Every type of art medium will be welcome: drawing, sculpture, fabric art, photography, painting, etc. Open to all ages. No entry fee. Anyone can enter, regardless of artistic experience or church membership. Pick up your required entry packet at either Vineyard Boise Church, or click here to download your required entry packet materials. Click here to read scripture and inspiration for “Greater Love,” along with some food for thought as you prepare your artwork.
Drop off artwork in Vineyard Boise at the locations below. (If you’ll be out of town, ask a friend to bring it in for you.)
Sunday, March 15 • 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM Drop off artwork inside the “Art Nook.”
Monday, March 16 • 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Lean art on the west wall of the Sanctuary.
Tuesday, March 17 • 9:00 AM – 8:30 PM Lean art on the west wall of the Sanctuary.
Wednesday, March 18 • 9:00 AM – 8:30 PM Lean art on the west wall of the Sanctuary. (This is the LAST DAY to submit artwork, and artist statements must be typed online by 6:00 PM.)
Sunday, March 22: ARTIST RECEPTION IN VINEARTS GALLERY at 11:40 AM, directly after church service. Please bring finger-foods to the office lobby before 11:00AM, and meet the other artists at the reception!
Calling for 2-D and 3-D artworks about day, night, sun, clouds, flight, stars, outer space, and heaven itself.
An exhibit about prayer, prophecy, vision, action, and choices, and/or artwork utilizing windows or doors.
This exhibit will honor and encourage people and their loved ones who are experiencing (or have experienced) mental illness. We will be offering several community-based workshops before this exhibit. Please reach out to Jessie Nilo if you are a certified expert in a field of mental health and would like to teach a short workshop to the public, to help folks as they prepare their art.
May God bless and foster your creativity.
Jessie Nilo, VineArts Director