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St. John’s hosting Palestinian art show through Nov. 20

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The artwork is political and thought-provoking. Photo by Susan Shinn

The artwork is political and thought-provoking. Photo by Susan Shinn

St. John’s Lutheran Church, 200 W. Innes St., is hosting a Palestinian art show through Nov. 20.

All of the art by Palestinian artists is for sale. The church held an opening for the event on Oct. 9 in Peeler Hall, located in the new building.

The show is a partnership between St. John’s Bethlehem Ministry Team and Christmas Lutheran Church in Bethlehem. Many of the featured artists were trained at Dar Al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture in Bethlehem, one of several ministries sponsored by Christmas Lutheran.

Proceeds from the sale will benefit Bright Stars of Bethlehem, the American fundraising arm of the university.

The artwork may be viewed during business hours. For more information about the show and sale, you may call the church office at 704-636-3431.

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