MI: Ann Arbor

WHERE: Ann Arbor Art Center.

WHEN: Opens with an Artist Reception on Friday, Jul 27 and remains on view through Sunday, September 2, 2012.

TITLE: 5 to 9

BRIEF ABOUT: A collection of new drawings and paintings from artist James Noellert (http://jamesnoellert.blogspot.com) , who as a native of Ann Arbor has been involved with the the Center for longer than even he can remember. After having his first gallery appearance at its annual Potential! exhibition as a Senior at Pioneer, he went on to receive his BFA from the College for Creative Studies, with awards from the school as well as the New York Society of Illustrators. He now works as an illustrator and creative problem solver from his home studio.

     Along with Noellert, Detroit-area photographer Daniel Ribar  (www.danielribarphotograhy.com) brings imagery from his close relationship with the wilder parts of northern Michigan, while local legend Tucker Myers shares sharp insights from his regular adventures in Mexico.

MORE DETAILS: 734-994-8004 X101 or www.annarborartcenter.org

     About: Founded in 1909, the Ann Arbor Art Center’s mission is to be a dynamic organization, engaging the community in the education, exhibition and exploration of the visual arts. It is the only organization in Ann Arbor that offers hands-on art education, art appreciation programs, and exhibitions all in one facility. It is committed to breaking through economic, social and physical barriers.  We offer outreach programs, tuition grants and programs for all ages and abilities to provide easy access to the arts for everyone.

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