The City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center will host original artwork by high school-aged students in Marquette County in both the Main Gallery and the SmallWorks Gallery located in the lower level of the Peter White Public Library, at 217 N. Front Street in Marquette. This third annual show is an opportunity for the community to see the local youth talent and for the students to present what they’ve achieved during the academic year.
The shows will be running from March 3 to 27 and there will be an artist reception on Thursday, March 5 from 6 to 8 p.m.
For more information or questions, contact 228-0472 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
APRIL EXHIBITS: WALTER EARLY AND JUDY SAROSIK
The City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center announces its April Main Gallery exhibition: Carbon Copies from the Hills by artist Walter Early. This exhibit will be a collection of sculptures highly influenced by nature. Early received his BFA from the University of Kentucky and his MFA from the University of Notre Dame. He has exhibited nationally and internationally and has lectured on art in the United States, Canada and Honduras and was a resident artist at the Museum of Steel Sculpture in Coalbrookdale, England.
The shows will run from March 31 to May 1 and there will be an artist reception on Thursday, April 2 from 6 to 8 p.m.
About the MACC Lower Level Gallery
In order to fulfill Marquette Arts and Culture Center’s mission of encouraging and facilitating an enriched environment of creative activity within the city, MACC has provided a visual arts gallery space within the art center in the lower level of Peter White Library.
Exhibitions are curated with consideration for quality of the exhibit, what will be of interest to the community locally, regionally or nationally and suitability of subject matter. Lake Superior Art Association sponsors six of the eleven yearly shows giving their many members an opportunity to display their artwork.
The other five shows are curated by a MACC's resident curator and are varied in media and subject matter. All shows are professionally hung.
All displays that the art gallery exhibits are suitable for all ages and will not promote discrimination against any person or group.