The Center for Liturgical Art
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About

About

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About

About Us

The Center for Liturgical Art is committed to creating art for worship and witness, while advocating for visual arts in Christian life and practice. We are a group of artists who understand the importance of ecclesiastical art and the impact it has on our lives as Christians.

Operations Manager
Evan Balleweg - MBA Business Administration (Concordia University, Nebraska)

Project Consultant / Advisory Board Chair
Mark Anschutz - MFA Sculpture (Wichita State University)

Art & Design Coordinator
Michael Scheer - BFA Graphic Design (Concordia University, Nebraska)

Studio Assistant
Sarah Johnson - BFA, Studio Art (Concordia University, Nebraska)

About the Process

We specialize in custom and site-specific artwork. This means that every project we work on is different. Our process may vary from piece to piece but the initial steps will always be the same. Get in contact with us! We are more than happy to discuss any creative ideas with you either over the phone or by email or in person.

History of the CLA

The Center for Liturgical Art was established in 2003 as a result of the vision of Reinhold Marxhausen, and the focused efforts of Ken Schmidt and the Harvey Lange family to create a program capable of spreading the Gospel through art while allowing students the opportunities to learn about what it means to be an artist in the Church. 

Advisory Board

David Lange, Ph.D., Champaign, IL
Mark Anschutz, MFA, Seward, NE
Jeff Chadwick, AIA, Lincoln, NE
Mark Joyce, Ph.D., Seward, NE
Kjersten Langewisch Tucker, AIA, Lincoln, NE

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Evan
Balleweg

Operations Manager

evan.balleweg@cune.edu
402-643-7441

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Mark
Anschutz

Project Consultant,
Advisory Board Chair

mark.anschutz@cune.edu
402-643-7431

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Michael
Scheer

Art & Design Coordinator

michael.scheer@cune.edu
402-643-7412

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Sarah


Johnson

Studio Assistant

sarah.johnson@cune.edu