Exhibit to feature local art educators

Ponca City Now - November 2, 2015 11:48 am

A new art exhibit is now on display at the Ponca City Art Center that features the work of local art educators.

The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 25, with the opening reception celebrating and honoring the local teachers from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 12.

Featured art educators include Ken Crowder, photography Instructor; Audrey Schmitz, NOC ceramic instructor; April Holder, Ponca City Art Center children and adult ceramic instructor; Mindy LittleCook, Ponca City Public Schools Middle School art instructor; Chris LittleCook, Ponca City Public Schools Title VII director and Dana Love, Ponca City Public Schools elementary art instructor.

The exhibit includes work from a variety of media including photography, ceramics, mixed media and printmaking.

Over the past six months, the Ponca City Art Center has revamped exhibit openings in an effort to attract a wider audience. Exhibit receptions all feature unique foods made from fresh ingredients.

All food is prepared by local Chef Traci Wyatt, of Sodexo. Wyatt is a certified Sous Chef and is also certified in holistic nutrition. Wyatt has more than 39 years of experience in food preparation.

Exhibit receptions are free and open to the public.

"People are constantly looking for new and different things to do, and it’s so exciting to be able to offer Ponca City a chance to see and appreciate new art, experience unique foods and meet and mingle with artists and other art enthusiasts." said Kelsey Wagner, Executive Director of the Ponca City Art Center.

For more information contact Wagner at 580-765-9746, or email [email protected]

Like the Art Center on Facebook at Facebook.com/poncacityartcenter or visit PoncaCityArtCenter.org.

 

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