‘Freethought’ window image part of traveling exhibit
An image of a stained-glass window in FFRF’s library will be on display with 14 other images in a traveling art show.
With just the word “Freethought,” the simple colored glass panel was deemed to be one of the best by the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee for the exhibit, “Gratitude: Faith/Diversity.”
The photo was taken by Katrina Treu, FFRF’s part-time office assistant.
The 15 photos selected will be printed as banners that will be hung at Milwaukee City Hall, the Jewish Community Center and Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.
The guidelines for the project were listed, partly, as: “Submissions should consider not only what we are grateful for, but for what gratitude means both philosophically and theologically in our lives. The representation of diverse beliefs and unique contributions of all people and all faiths are welcome and encouraged.”