RACINE — The work of five area artists, along with that by students at Gilmore Fine Arts School, will be featured in a new exhibition titled “Established & Emerging” through May 31 at the Racine Arts Council's new location in the First Presbyterian Church atrium gallery space, 716 College Ave.
“Established & Emerging” will include work in colored pencil and oil by Rebecca Venn; black and white photography by William Bruce; pencil drawings by Claire Zietsma; color photography by Kathi Wilson; wood carvings by Joyce Fleming; and a collage by students of Gilmore Fine Arts School.
“Established & Emerging” will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 27, during Racine's Get Behind the Arts event (https://getbehindthearts.org/); and from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 3, during Downtown's First Fridays event (firstfridaysracine.com).
Hours are by appointment; call 262-635-0261. There is no admission fee. The gallery space is accessible through the rear entrance of the church from College Avenue.
This exhibit is sponsored by the Racine Arts Council, which recently moved its offices to space inside the church's atrium. Founded in 1967, the RAC is a nonprofit organization that encourages, supports and advocates on behalf of emerging and established artists, artistic groups in our community and young people interested in the arts. For more about the Racine Arts Council and its work in the community, go to www.racineartscouncil.org and www.facebook.com/RacineArtsCouncil.