other contact: Colet Allen 267-8130
Title: Art- A Boundary County Perspective
Thirty local artists jumped in and quickly assembled an exciting art show of nearly one hundred pieces including paintings, sculpture, pottery, photography, quilts, fiber, and mixed mediums as part of the Community Review, September 21-23.
The show, in the Museum Events Center, was conceived to present the works and talents of local artists to the review committee on Sept 22 as part of the Recreation, Arts, and History portion of the project.
The art exhibit will continue through October 2, providing the community an opportunity to view the work of some well known and some obscure, but all local artists. The showing is for viewing only, with artists’ contact information available. The art show is free and open to the public.
Plan to attend George Sibley’s 1910 fire film 7 p.m. on September 24 and the third annual history walk October 2, both at the Museum Events Center. The exhibit will also be open Tuesday –Saturday 11-3 through October 2.