September 19 – October 29, 2018 | The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture will host a national traveling art exhibit called “Come to the Table.” The exhibit is made available through Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA), a non-profit dedicated to exploring and nurturing the relationship between the visual arts and the Christian faith. Learn more.
November 8, 2018 at 7pm | Mr. Bleiweiss will give an interactive talk about Kristallnacht to commerate its 80th Anniversary. (Read more from Mr. Bleiweiss about Kristallnacht.)
A child of two Holocaust survivors Bleiweiss grew up in Houston, Texas. His parents were both from Poland, and survived using false identities as non-Jews.
A retired clinical social worker and mental health counselor, Shelly has taught about the Holocaust for over 15 years, and spent five years as a docent at the Houston Holocaust Museum before moving to North Carolina in 2014. He lives in Wake Forest with his wife and two adopted dogs, and is a member of the North Carolina Holocaust Council, and the Holocaust Speakers Bureau. Learn more and pre-register.
December 4-5, 2018 | Music. Story. Art. In what ways does our faith inform our creativity? How can we approach these genres as Christians?
Join us on December 4-5, 2018 on the campus of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC for the Rabbit Room Symposium addressing the faithful interaction of faith and the arts.
At the symposium, hosted by the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture, you’ll learn about songwriting, creative writing, visual art, the creative process and more from Andrew Peterson, Taylor Leonhardt, Jonathan Rogers and Jamin Still. Plus, the symposium leads up to the Andrew Peterson’s Behold the Lamb of God concert on December 5. Learn more and pre-register.