A Night of Many Beautiful Things

At last I have specific information about the screening of “Many Beautiful Things” that many readers have requested.  After more than 2 years of planning and praying and the coming together of talented individuals to bring to screen the life and art of Lilias Trotter, we announce a “premier event” – An Evening of Many Beautiful Things – which will launch the public availability of the film.  Perhaps you would like to host a screening in your church or local theater.  Information on the where and how of such an event – and the future of other possible screenings is explained in the following link.  And, there will be more information to follow about facsimile editions of Trotter sketchbooks and her devotional classic:  Parables of the Cross.

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9 Responses to A Night of Many Beautiful Things

  1. joeandarlita says:

    I can HARDLY wait.


    Arlita Winston

  2. jerie artz says:

    I absolutely can’t wait to see this!

  3. Bobb Biehl says:




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  4. mhrockness says:

    Thank you, Bobb! Your caring interest, listening ear, and wise counsel has played an important part in all this. Grateful. . . Miriam

  5. Miriam,

    This is so very exciting. What a culmination of half a lifetime of joy–and work!
    The big question is: Where will Miriam be on October 27, 28, and 29? :>)
    I am so very, very grateful!


  6. tmusicmann says:

    I’m so glad this project has been completed. It has always been a treat to hear you and Dave talk about it and the adventures it had produced. I was especially happy to see that they had used your red wingback chair from your living room in the movie. Congratulations, Ter

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