"The Universal House of Justice is the supreme governing institution of the Bahá’í Faith," according to Bahaikipedia. "Its nine members are elected every five years by an electoral college consisting of all the members of each National Spiritual Assembly.
"It is a legislative institution with the authority to supplement and apply the laws of Bahá’u’lláh and exercises a judicial function as the highest appellate institution in the administration.
"The Seat of the Universal House of Justice and its members reside in Haifa, on the slope of Mount Carmel. It was alluded to in the writings of Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, and was officially established in 1963 as the culmination of the Ten Year Crusade.
"The books and documents published by the Universal House of Justice are authoritative and its legislative decisions are infallible."
Bahaikipedia also notes that in the "Bahá’í writings it is sometimes called the 'Supreme House of Justice', the 'International House of Justice', or the 'Universal House of Justice'.
"Bahá’ís now refer to it as the 'Universal House of Justice', which is sometimes abbreviated to the 'House of Justice', or 'the House'."
This group will feature artwork with excerpts from the writings of The Universal House of Justice.