A collection of works responding to issues of hatred and violence will be on display in the Center for Faith and Life Gallery starting Tuesday. Luther College assistant professor of art and Gallery Coordinator David Kamm created all of the works in the exhibit.
"Making Change" consists of graphite drawings and mixed media pieces created in response to the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The show also includes several collages created from fragments of the "White Man's Bible," a publication by a white supremacist group in Montana.
The exhibit is part of a program called "Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate," which showcases the diverse work of 39 artists responding to anti-Semitic and racist books. More information on the "Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate" project can be found at www.speakingvolumes.net.