The Museum of Biblical Art is a 501(c)(3) Texas Non Profit Corporation

The Museum of Biblical Art will celebrate its golden anniversary with "50 Years of Light," an evening event from 5:30-7:20 pm on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, The event will include a dramatic program incorporating elements of art, music, dance, fashion, drama, silent auction, and a special presentation of the poem, "A Light Still Shines," by Patricia Martin.  

Program Participants

Master of Ceremonies, Scott Murray

Emmy award-winning television sports anchor

and Chairman & CEO of Murray Media

Hubert Pralitz

Violin Soloist

Gary Swaim

PhD, Master of Liberal Arts Program,

Southern Methodist University

Shelby Stanley

Classical, Modern & Improvisational Ballet

Fashions by Allie-Coosh

Camerata Dallas String Quartet & Dr. Doohi Lee

Musical Ensemble & Piano Soloist

Catering by Spice of Life

Maria Valentina Sheets

Custom table-scape Designer & Artist and

MBA Conservator

Event Sponsors 

D. Harold and Roberta Byrd, Jr.

Dr. Wayne Yakes

Mrs. L. N. Sparkman, Jr. (Patti)

Frank Meier

George and Julie Tobolowsky

Paul and Bonnie Zueger

Carl and Jamie Weisbrod

Helen S. Towne

Cathy and Michael Haynes

Jeanette Korab

Paulette Martsolf and Allie-Coosh

Kay Williams

Patty Jo and John Turner

Sue Kollinger,Spice of Life Catering

Faye S. Briggs

Alice Ann Oliver

Tal Milan, Milan Gallery

Bob Malenfant, Southwest Gallery

Andres Valeriano Photography

Gold Crown Valet

50​

Years of Light

EVENING EVENT & SILENT AUCTION

The Museum of Biblical Art and The National Center for Jewish Art exist to promote the research, study, and exhibition of Judeo-Christian themed art and artifacts, while emphasizing art educational programs and creating a place of serenity in the heart of Dallas. 

Established in 2014, The National Center for Jewish Art features work by Jewish and Israeli artists, ceremonial art and artifacts, and contemporary painting and sculpture.

 

Dedicated in 2015, The Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden exhibits bronze sculptures by prominent Santa Fe artist, Gib Singleton, and provides an admission-free outdoor space for artistic study and personal reflection. 

Limited seating available.

Tickets: $100

Call 214.368.4622 to RSVP.

RSVP Deadline: Tuesday,

September 13th