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First U Art Gallery now available ONLINE!

We have moved our First U Art Gallery online while the First U church building is closed. Thank you to all of our participants for your amazing entries. The September Gallery, “What Does it Mean to be a People of Renewal?” is now available in two forms:
You can watch a slide show of the Gallery at this link. Pause the video whenever you want to take more time.
If you’re interested in trying something new, for a “gallery feel”, explore the gallery through this presentation on Prezi. Here are some hints on use:
Best viewed on a PC or Mac computer. To view on an iPhone, iPad or Android phone, it is recommended to download the Prezi Viewer App (free). You may need to restart your phone or tablet after downloading the App. Then click on the link to open it in the viewer.
To explore the Gallery in the pre-arranged order on your computer, use the right arrow at the bottom of the screen; to back-up, use the left arrow. If you would rather explore on your own, use your mouse to click on the icon you want to see next. Use the scroll wheel/roller ball on your mouse to zoom in and out. You can still use the arrow keys to move forward and backward.
If you are viewing the Gallery on a phone or tablet, hold the device in a landscape direction and tap on the right to move forward and on the left to move backward. Continually tapping on the right will take you through the entire Gallery.
You’ll be inspired by the art, photography and poetry, as well as the stories our artists have shared. Are you inspired to participate with your own talents? We’ll be refreshing the Gallery throughout the church year. Send your poetry or a photo of your physical piece to along with a brief statement about your inspiration as it relates to one of our themes. Our upcoming themes are available here.
Nancy Pinson and David Weiss, First Unitarian Church Art Gallery