Baha'is Celebrate an Historic Bicentenary
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The official worldwide website for the Bahai’s of the world can be found at www.bahai.org and will contain even more in-depth information on who the Baha’is are.
We encourage you to also peruse that website to find out how this Faith came about and where we are headed.
October 22 - November 04
Bahá’u’lláh’s teachings revolve around the oneness of humanity, and His Revelation signals a special time in history as the entire human race moves to a new stage in its collective maturity and wholeness.
As part of the commemoration, Squamish Bahá’ís are inviting local artists to contribute to an exhibition with original works that reflect the theme:
“Let your vision be world-embracing”
Art is an expression of the soul that allows us to connect with deeper themes and communicate them to others. All mediums are welcome. The exhibit will take place in the Squamish Arts Council Building, running for 2 weeks during from October 22 to Nov. 04.
“Let your vision be world-embracing” – Submission Guidelines
SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL PIECE OF WORK THAT REFLECTS THE VISION FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING QUOTES FROM BAHÁ’U’LLÁH
THE EARTH IS BUT ONE COUNTRY AND MANKIND ITS CITIZENS
SO POWERFUL IS THE LIGHT OF UNITY THAT IT CAN ILLUMINE THE WHOLE EARTH
YE ARE THE LEAVES OF ONE TREE AND THE DROPS OF ONE OCEAN
Works can be in any medium including Paintings, Pottery, Ceramics, Wood Carving and Fabric Art. Please submit photos of work and title via e-mail no later than October 14th. Provide short artist bio and dimensions of work submitted. Paintings not to exceed 4’X4’. Artist may include price if they wish their work to be available for sale.
Send to: Geraldine Guilfoyle firstname.lastname@example.org
The Baha’is of Squamish have several activities that deal with community building and we again encourage you to contact us to find out more information on how we do that and what is involved.