Friday 15 November 2019
An image from the “Meaningful Textiles: Peace and Reconciliation” exhibition
WESTHILL ENDOWMENT, in Selly Oak, Birmingham, has several exhibitions of faith-inspired art, available free for churches to host. Hirers are responsible for transporting the artwork and ensuring that the correct insurance is in place. The exhibitions include “Living Life”, “Bald Statements”, which deals with grief and change, and “Meaningful Textiles: Peace and Reconciliation”, and are supplied with visitor information and suggestions for events and activities. For more details, visit www.westhillendowment.org/faith-exhibits, email email@example.com, or phone 0121 472 8000.
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