sNAPshot November 2010
This was the second year that the NAP partnered with HAND and they certainly have come through once again. Their beautiful exhibit hung from August 30th - September 30th and was displayed throughout three galleries including; Mars Gallery in Duke Hospital Corridor, Louise Jones Brown Gallery in Duke Bryan Center and Duke Eye Center Connector Gallery.
Coordinator Olivia Woodford and her team introduced a People’s Choice Award into the show this year and received an amazing 300+ votes by advertising the new award on both their website and Facebook pages.
NAP Coordinator Joshua Olson interacting with
The City of Boise, ID Second Annual NAP Show featured artwork from a number of different city departments ranging from Police to IT to Arts and History. The exhibition opened on September 2nd and ran for a little over two weeks, closing on September 18th.
For the second year in a row, the city displayed the artwork of their employees and family members on the walls of the Idaho State Historical Museum. To help improve the display space from last year, Coordinator Joshua Olson used some of the NAP’s Non-Matching Scholarship fund to rent a portable wall to display the work.
For the second year in a row, Jenny Lewis, the Program Coordinator for the Cultural Enrichment Program, did a tremendous job coordinating our Vanderbilt University Medical Center, TN Exhibition. With more than 130 pieces of art lining the walls of the medical center, the exhibition provides an artistic face to the employees and their co-workers.
The National Arts Program Foundation