N W I L D N E S S
18-May 23, 2004
- Mixed Media
Dorothy Gill Barnes
Paul Burnett - Leather
Britt Friedman -
Joyce Fritz - Polymer
Michele Hannon -
Pat Krebs - Fiber
Susan Shie - Mixed
Jody Williams -
Center will have the work of Mrs. Williamson's accelerated studies class,
"Excel" at Hancock school, Sandusky, based on study of the world's rain
forests with the JASON Project. The JASON Project examines a region's
biological and geological Development, exploring the following questions:
are nature's dynamic systems?
2.. How do
these systems affect life?
technologies do we use to study these systems and why?
|The Sandusky Cultural
Center is open to the public free of charge during scheduled hours. We
welcome local organizations and school groups for guided tours, workshops
or as a meeting space, and arrangements can be made by calling the gallery
attendant at 419-625-1188 during regular gallery hours. The Center
is located at 2130 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky, Ohio, at the rear of Sandusky
High School, adjacent to the Planetarium.
awareness of cultural diversity and the positive values of artistic regionalism,
the Sandusky Cultural Center provides educational and entertaining
exhibits that stimulate an interest in the fine arts, provide a focus for
multicultural awareness, and introduce complex issues and challenging concepts.