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  1. Lutheran church of Australia VISUAL ARTS AWARDS Visual Arts Department LCA Commission on Worship

  2. Lutheran church of Australia VISUAL ARTS AWARDS • Entries for the awards should consist of a form of visual art that will enrich worship. • Artistic forms may include painting, stained glass, sculpture, woodcarving, metalwork, floral design, textile design, architecture, computer generated images, etc

  3. Lutheran church of Australia VISUAL ARTS AWARDS The project may be: • permanent or temporary, eg a floral festival or seasonal displays. • undertaken either by members of a group or by individual artists and craft workers.

  4. Lutheran church of Australia VISUAL ARTS AWARDS Artworks may: • focus on specific aspects of new church building or the redesign of existing facilities and their relationship to worship • include a series of events, comprehensive visual arts programs within organizations, educational programs related to the visual arts within worship

  5. 2008 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – CONGREGATION Immanuel Lutheran Church, Woden ACT Christmas pulpit, altar and lectern panels – one of a set of paraments for the Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and Trinity seasons. They were designed by Leanne Stahl and made by Robyn Pfeiffer.

  6. 2008 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – INDIVIDUAL Janet Pfeiffer, Perth WA “Holy of Holies”, in mixed media on canvas, was designed as a focus for Lenten contemplation. It measures 40x80cm and is permanently housed in the prayer chapel at Immanuel College, Novar Gardens.