The Institute will close its exhibit “Albrecht Dürer: Master Woodcut Artist of the German Renaissance,” on Tuesday, July 1. The exhibit features 41 prints from Albrecht Dürer’s Small Passionand Life of the Virgin series. An early 16th-century artist, Dürer used intricately carved blocks of wood to create these beautiful images. The last day to view this significant collection of woodcuts before they return to the vault is Monday, June 30. Don’t miss out on this great exhibit; visit us today!
The exhibit galleries at the Institute’s main site on the campus of Concordia Seminary, Saint Louis, will be closed from July 1 until late August when our new exhibit, “Bringing Christ to the Enga People: Painting a Portrait of Early LCMS Mission Work in Papua New Guinea,” opens. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Meanwhile, be sure to visit the CHI Museum at the LCMS International Center!