In this time of uncertainty as deliberations take place as to what is essential and non-essential, we are unveiling a recurring email series highlighting ESSENTIAL partners to SKyPAC and the Capitol Arts Center.
Main Gallery Artists L – R: Amanda Brooks, Aaron & Michelle Grayum,
Donna Woodley, and Michelle Hayden, Part of Kentucky Arts Council‘s Native Reflections exhibition
Wedge Education Exhibits L – R: Arts for All Kentucky, Scholastic Art and Writing Reception,
Warren County Public Schools Exhibit and Broadway the Clown
This week we “shine the spotlight” on SKyPAC’s Gallery Affiliates. Featuring two distinct curated spaces focusing on contemporary exhibitions and educational exploration through visual art, these areas are open to the public during SKyPAC’s operating hours and installations rotate every two months in both galleries.
SKyPAC’s Main Gallery (sponsored by US Bank): Seeking to provide the visitor access to local, regional, and national artists, this space engages a diverse audience, creates a sense of community, provides insight into the creative process, and challenges visitors to contemplate the historical, social, and cultural context of visual art.
Wedge Education Gallery (endowed by Denny & Carol Wedge through the Haskins Foundation): A multipurpose Gallery space inside SKyPAC supported by the Kentucky Arts Council and generous donors. Exhibitions of art will have particular relevance to Bowling Green and SKyPAC’s ten (10) county service area (Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson, Warren) to foster creative exploration for younger audiences.
Thanks for the ESSENTIAL role each of you play to enrich our region’s quality of life through enabling visitors exposure to visual arts with various forms and focuses.
Please join us in giving our Gallery Affiliates a BIG ROUND OF APPLAUSE!!