Through the partnership of the Northcoast Arts Alliance and Terra State Community College, regional artists now have another venue to display their artwork.
As the college's arts initiatives continue to develop, the new "Terra Gallery" program is an opportunity that displays work by Terra's art students and regional artists. These exhibits are opening to the community and will change through a six-month rotation. Students of Terra's fine arts programs and artists who are organizational or individual members of the Northcoast Arts Alliance will have the opportunity to display artwork on Terra's campus. Some artwork is for sale.
“We feel honored by the opportunity to display our art in Terra’s gorgeous new space,” said Kathy Tischler of the Port Clinton Artists' Club. “The Port Clinton Artists’ Club enjoys working with Terra and the Northcoast Arts Alliance to promote the art community in this area."
Currently artwork from the Port Clinton Artists' Club is on exhibit throughout the Bordner Arts and Health Technologies Center (Building D) and the General Technologies Building (Building B) on Terra's campus. The public is encouraged to visit campus and view the artwork on display, now through January. In January, artwork from other regional artists will be on display with a new spring exhibit.
People visiting the artwork may stop into the Business and Creative Arts Division (Building D) for information and a map outlining the art exhibits throughout campus. For information about the Terra Gallery program, contact Lonnie Shuey at 419-559-2229.