The exclusive “Martin Luther: Art and the Reformation” exhibit at the Mia is an extraordinary collection of historical and religious art, and even more extraordinary than having this rare exhibit in our own backyard is receiving a private tour of the collection by its curator, Thomas Rassieur. His knowledge of the art on exhibit and the extensive history behind each piece is unparalleled and inspiring, and our chapter was lucky to have him guide us for over two hours – pointing out highlights and giving us background information about the epic journey of curating such an astounding collection. We are eternally grateful for his time and attention, and we encourage everyone who was unable to attend this event to see the exhibit on your own, as it’s not to be missed.
Also, if you listen to the audio tour of the exhibit, you’ll hears our chapter’s president, Dr. Johan van Parys, describe the art and its significance from a Catholic perspective, as he was on the faith advisory council for the project.
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