This show is to highlight and celebrate the personal and career accomplishments of interior designer, Christine Carmichael. The focus is mostly on her larger, more public design projects (The Grand, The Dayton House, The Wanda Gag House, and the Governor's Residence), but will also touch on a few more residential jobs as well as her role as a woman in business.
We chose to wait until a year after her passing to have this show so it could truly be a celebration of Christine's life, and not be overtaken by mourning the loss of such a spectacular person.
We will also be unveiling the portrait plaque that will hang in the Grand as a memorial to Christine and her work in the building. Her sister, Charis Carmichael-Braun, a New York based portrait artist, was commissioned to complete the portrait. Charis' husband, Andrew Braun, a wood-worker, created the plaque portion.
The opening of the show is June 17th, 7-9pm at the Four Pillars Gallery in the Grand. The show runs through July 8th. Our hope is for friends, family, and anyone that knew and/or appreciated Christine and her work to come and remember and celebrate the life a great designer and a wonderful person.
Gallery Hours: Monday | Wednesday | Friday 10:00am-4:00pm
Take part in one of the many arts classes offered at The Grand Center for Arts & Culture this winter/spring season! From drawing to photography, coffee brewing to art history, painting to children's classes, we've got something for everyone! Be added to the mailing list to get the next schedule by contacting us at The Grand or by calling 507-359-9222.
For more information on the classes offered, visit http://thegrandnewulm.com/center/classes
The Grand Center for Arts & Culture (GCAC) is offering Studios to rent for artists seeking affordable space to create, The Music Practice room is rentable by the hour for music/voice lessons and an Art Education space for Classes & Workshops. The GCAC is also looking for music teachers needing use of our music practice room.