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A panel discussion about artist’s residencies — what they are and how they figure into a creative practice — supplements an exhibition of work based on the Glen Arbor Art Association’s Artist-in-Residence Collection.
The discussion is Saturday, Nov. 5, 1 p.m. at the Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts, 132 Coast Guard Road, Frankfort.
Sarah Bearup-Neal, chairperson of the GAAA’s Artist-in-Residence program, will facilitate the discussion. The panelists are painter and art educator Joan Richmond, and poet Teresa Scollon, both of Traverse City, and painter Lynn Uhlmann of Empire. There is no charge. In addition to the residents’ works, there will be paintings by the late Suzanne Wilson, the AIR program’s founder; paintings by former AIR Chairperson Harvey Gordon; and contemporary quilts by Sarah Bearup-Neal, the AIR Committee’s current chairperson. The exhibition is sponsored by the Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation. For more information please call the Oliver Art Center at 231/352-4151.