sNAPshot April 2011
Just a sampling of the artwork that lined Concourse C
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Minnesota held their First Annual National Arts Program® Exhibition with great success! Coordinator Diane Dombrock received an astounding 170 pieces by 104 artists representing 25 different companies within the airport. The artwork was professionally installed and displayed on the walls of Concourse C, a busy interchange between airport terminals.
Once again, Coordinator Mindy Levine organized this year’s exhibit which included 182 artworks from city and county employees and their family members.
As always, there were many city and county officials in attendance to help with the presentation of awards. The reception also included catering, music and media coverage by News 14. Thanks to the Arts & Science Council of Charlotte Mecklenburg, footage from the reception was used to produce short segments featuring participating artists. These videos can be viewed by visiting the NAP YouTube Channel.
NAP Staff and Pinellas County Department Heads pose with winners for a photo after the 2011 NAP Colors of Pinellas Award Reception.
Pinellas County held its Fifth Annual NAP ‘Colors of Pinellas’ Employee Art Show this year and as always it was a beautiful exhibit. Enthusiastic Coordinators Maria Reilly and Laura Berkowitz, backed by the support of the County Management and their talented employees, came together once again to produce this year’s show which included 158 artworks.
Amanda Klass, Guest Services Coordinator at Johns Hopkins Hospital, has been organizing their National Arts Program® Exhibit since 2009. It was immediately clear to us that Amanda was going to be the right person for the job. Not only is she passionate about the show, but she is diligent in making sure that it goes above and beyond our expectations.
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