artwork of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College students, instructors and
staff is featured in a new exhibit in the NWTC Art Gallery. The exhibit, “The
Artisan Center Showcase”, features ceramics, textiles, jewelry, woodturning and
mixed media. The work is on display now through May 15.
11 artists showcased in the exhibit include NWTC ArtWalk 2013 “Best in
Show” winner and woodturner Mark Motquin, textile artists Dierdra Stary, Linda
VanDeHey, and Terri Petasek; Ashley Scriven, Steve Jagemann, and Rita Bluma,
who submitted ceramic pieces, jewelry-makers Sue DeVillers and Michelle Zjala
Winter, mixed media artist Deile Smith, and woodturner Kelly Bresnahan. Many of show's 34 pieces are available for purchase.
public is invited an artist’s reception May 15 from 6 – 8 p.m. Light
refreshments will be available.
NWTC Art Gallery is located in the Library on the second floor of the Student
Center on the Green Bay campus. The gallery is open to the public during normal
Library hours. Admission is free. Visit www.nwtc.edu/library for Library hours and more
About the NWTC Artisan & Business Center: Located in Green Bay's historic Olde Main Arts district, the12,000 square
foot, fully-equipped NWTC Artisan & Business Center features
a woodturning lab, ceramic studio, art metals lab, and quilting
center. The Artisan Center offers hands-on courses and workshops in
various art forms and the business of art, along with open studio time. Visit www.nwtc.edu/artsatnwtc
for more information.
About NWTC’s Art Collections: NWTC maintains
both an art gallery and a permanent collection of art displayed throughout
its campuses. The collection contains nearly 200 works of art from area