Trey to Show in Creative ArtWorks of Crookston Exhibit
The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) is excited to announce an exhibit of Creative ArtWorks of Crookston in our East Grand Forks Gallery. Seven artists' works come together for this unique group exhibition, showcasing some of the thriving creativity from the Crookston MN community, including award winners and area favorites.
Featured artists are:
- Courtney Olson - Acrylic Modern Impressionism
- Irene Bertils - Charcoal, Acrylic, and Pastel Realism
- Jean Westman - Silver Jewelry and Copper 3D
- Marti Newquist - Watercolor Fantasy Nature
- Ross Hier - Watercolor Realism
- Tim Bhajjan - Watercolor Portraiture
- Trey Everett - Pen & Ink Graphic Illustration
The exhibit will be available for viewing through the month of November during gallery hours:
- Wed - Sat: 2:00 to 8:00 p.m.
- Sun: 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
- Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
The Arts Council Gallery and River Walk Artists Shop & Gallery are located in the River Cinema mall, East Grand Forks, across Demers Avenue from Cabela's. Parking is available in the large lot next to the Blue Moose.
More information at NWMAC's website...
Leading Differently: 2016 FTE Christian Leadership Forum Reflections
How do we shape a more hopeful future by leading differently? This was the question explored by over 200 faithful leaders at the 2016 FTE Christian Leadership Forum. The Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE) hosted a diverse, intergenerational gathering of Christian leaders—young adults, faith-based community workers, doctoral students, leaders of theological schools, congregations and church-related organizations.
This publication includes insights and reflections from the gathering, including Dan Wolpert's piece "Making Space
for Something New" on page 6.
Download: Christian Leaderhip Forum: Leading Differently [PDF]
Lower Susquehanna Synod Assembly
June 3-5 - Grantham, PA
Trey did graphic recording for each of the four main sessions at the Lower Susquehanna Synod Assembly as well as a commissioned piece for the final session on “Go Forth and Do Likewise.”
From the Lower Susquehanna Synod:
"We are fortunate to have an artist-in-residence this Assembly, who is sharing his gifts through 'holy doodling'--listening to the Gospel calls to action for justice and mercy, and interpreting these teachings for us through art."
2016 Conference - Recovering from Religion:
Toxic Theology, PTSD, and the Road to Healing
Religion plays a major role in the lives of millions, especially in our early formative
years. Sometimes this formation is positive. But far too often it’s not. Toxic theology,
any theological system that fosters trauma or abuse, is all too common in the Christian
Church experience. Our 2016 Conference, held April 6-9 at The Open Book in Minneapolis, MN, explored these topics.
Read posts from the conference on Facebook...
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MICAH Branching Out: The Development of “The Place to Heal”
Several years ago, the MICAH team began to sense a call to expand further beyond NW Minnesota. These yearnings have led us on an exciting journey to the point where we are embarking upon an expansion to multiple sites around the United States. Although we have long been involved in ‘off-site‘ teaching and retreat work, this new movement seemed like a call to expand our permanent presence to other locations. [...]
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Crookston Public Schools Get A Visit From An Artist In Residence
In 2011, Trey Everett helped students at Crookston Highland School make pen and ink come alive.
Photos and article >>
Crookston Pastor Uses Art To Teach And Inspire People
Trey Everett was featured on WDAZ Channel 8 on November 6, 2010.
Pastor creates religious cartoons
from the Fargo-Moorhead Forum
Trey Everett's snappy, stinging commentary on the mind of the American Christian titled "Real Sacrifice?" is part of the spiritually minded "Holy Doodles" cartoons created by the ordained pastor in Crookston, Minn. [...]