(Photo by Eddee Daniel)
After careful consideration, the Board of Directors has decided to consolidate our resources and move Gallery 224 to our 303 N. Franklin Street location. We are truly excited about the possibilities for our new location moving forward. While we lose our view of Lake Michigan, our new space in the heart of downtown Port Washington is more visible and prone to foot traffic.
The application for ARTservancy 2020-21 is now available.
Gallery 224 will reopen in September with the ARTservancy 2019-20 exhibition. Our new location will be a great place to promote not only the ARTservancy artist's work but the program itself. Our plan is to dedicate the front of the gallery for each ARTservancy artist to exhibit their work on a solo basis, changing each month throughout the coming year. In addition, we will be featuring new work from some of the current and previous artists in residence at Studio 224.
We are pleased to welcome Evy Ehrlich as our summer intern. She is a student at UW Green Bay, where she is pursuing an Arts Management Major and an English Minor and is the Phoenix Club Coordinator of Business Affairs and Vice President of Making Arts Matter. She is currently working on several online projects including videos of Studio 224 artists working at home in their studios, and the Emerging 2020 AP Studio Art show.