Virtual Trauma Art Exhibit Showcase
The paintings in the previous entry are featured in this Joyful Twirlers dance performance. "My only hope is to trust You... I Trust You, Lord" lyrics from Christian Musician Ryan Stevenson's Song "Eye of The Storm" reign through the hearts of this youth ministry from the youngest 3 yr old to 18. Everyone struggles sometimes and the typographical painting two dimensional art featured in this performance captures only a few of the many traumas we endure and lean on Christ to guard our soul and remain in control. Performance credit choreography and with permission complimentary to the Joyful Twirlers.
Laura Huggins (16) is a Junior honors student in the Studio Arts program at Westinghouse Arts Academy and a former student of Redeemer Lutheran School. Baptized Presbyterian (PCUSA) and solid in her faith, she enjoyed her time as a Joyful Twirler for 7 years. Her favorite bible verse is Psalm 23 The Divine Shepard, A Psalm of David. She lives with her mom, step-father, 6 year old little sister and dog "dash" in Penn Hills, PA just east of Pittsburgh. Laura was affected early at the age of 5 by trauma when her father died. She has felt the love of Christ and shared her story willfully with others in effort to help others in their own storm.
Pittsburgh Baptist Church wholly aligns with biblical standards and doctrines for faith and practice. Not all
viewpoints of presenters and artists are reflective of the beliefs upheld by Pittsburgh Baptist Church.
We are honored to host each of these artists as they share their VOICE.