Hagfors Center Artwork - Collaborate with Artists
Hello! As part of an effort to create meaningful works of art in the new Hagfors Center for Science, Business and Religion that embrace and raise up Augsburg's Lutheran history and identity, as well as our commitment to interfaith dialogue and action, we are seeking input from the Augsburg community to collect excerpts from religious or literary texts for the artists to work into their new pieces.

Please use this form to suggest a religious (from any faith tradition) or literary passage that you think could be incorporated into these new pieces of art. We are looking for short excerpts such as quotes from scholarship or literature, or verses from scripture. To be clear, the artists themselves have the final say about which messages they will incorporate into their art. Please explain the rationale behind your choices to give a clear idea of the intentions and meaning behind your suggestion.

You may contact Sam Smith (smiths15@augsburg.edu) or Professor Hans Wiersma (wiersma@augsburg.edu) with questions or comments about the process.

Many thanks,

Augsburg Institutional Advancement and Religion Department

Stan Sears and Andrea Myklebust - Terrazzo Floorwork for the HCSBR Atrium
Concept Design for Terrazzo Floorwork
Hear the artists describe the artwork in the following video
What religious/literary text or texts do you think might fit with the artist's proposed imagery and vision? Why?
Your answer
Greta McLain - Stairwell Murals
Hear the artist describe the pieces in the video below:
Greta McLain - "Interwoven"
What religious text or texts do you think might fit with the artist's proposed imagery and vision? Why?
Your answer
Greta McLain - "Emergence"
What religious text or texts do you think might fit with the artist's proposed imagery and vision? Why?
Your answer
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