MARQUETTE, Mich. (WZMQ) – On February 9th, local artists and members of the community had the opportunity to view local creations. Graphic design, photography, and even black-lit paintings were on display in the gallery.
One of Northern Michigan University’s photography classes was also displaying pieces. “I started out in Illustrator and then started working in photoshop and then I took a digital cinema course I really enjoy three-dimensional like in blender cinema 4d”, said artist and student Amanda Murray.
The library has also started a new program with the city called the “Public Gallery Program”. This new venture is combining the Huron Mt. gallery with the City of Marquette’s DEO Gallery.
The Library also started a new program with the city called the “Public gallery program”, Combining the Huron Mt. gallery and the city’s DEO gallery into one show, adding to the upper peninsula experience.
“I think the greater residence, the residence in our city are fortunate because they make Marquette a more beautiful place to live and more vibrant so we’re really lucky to have those young students pursuing the arts and our local artists”, said Community Service Manager for Arts and Culture Tiina Morin.
They have one opening till the end of march for artists to be displayed in the 2024 season. The shows will be happening every two months and for more information regarding the upcoming gallery shows, click here.