This exhibition examines Luther’s life and influence from an artist’s perspective, featuring over 100 objects that have never before been displayed on American soil. The exhibits paint a picture of the life and work of Luther and the events of the Reformation within the context of the 16th century. Luther's impact on the art of the time is made visible through an array of rarely seen masterpieces from the heart of Germany, including extraordinary paintings, massive sculptures, and tiny treasures of silver and gold. Get an intimate look at Luther’s life through a remarkable assembly of his personal possessions accompanied by recent archaeological discoveries found in his childhood and adult homes. This exhibition will be the first time these items are presented to a large audience outside of Germany.
Coach bus leaves La Crosse at 8am, November 12 for a guided tour of the exhibit: Martin Luther, Art and the Reformation at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Cost for exhibit and bus: $75. Early dinner following the exhibit at the German restaurant: Black Forest Inn. We will return to La Crosse by 9pm.
Reservation & Deposit
Seating on the bus is limited. Reservation and deposit is required by Oct. 23. Reservation and deposit can be made below. Deposits can also be made by check (select that as you register using the Eventbrite registration below). Make checks out to "First Lutheran" with "Art Exhibit" in the memo, and send checks to Pastor Karyn, CO First Lutheran, 410 Main St Onalaska WI 54601. Checks must be received by October 23 in order to reserve your seat.
Contact Pastor Karyn Bodenschatz at 608.783.2236 or by using the form below…