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PARK ART CENTER CLOSES ITS STOREFRONT LOCATION IN VILLA PARK

& OFFERS THANKS TO ITS MANY SUPPORTORS

On October 13, 2017, Park Art Center (PAC) Board of Directors made the difficult decision to close its gallery and storefront location at 9 East Park Boulevard in Villa Park effective the end of October. Visitors are still welcome through October 28 to view the current exhibit, Local Boys Done Good: the Works of Tony Fitzpatrick and Kirk Kerndl. Free and open to the public, Tues – Sat, 11:00 – 5:00. PAC will also maintain its website and Facebook presence for continuity and outreach opportunities.

The Board continues to search for a new location for our gallery. It is more important than ever to solidify our relocation through our fundraising efforts. You can help us continue to provide Art to the Communities by making a donation through to PAC’s website www.parkartcenter.org and click on “Donate” button. This campaign is fueled by Generosity, the nonprofit crowdfunding branch of Indiegogo.

PAC will continue its Outreach programs with Senior Centers, Schools, Hospitals, Park Districts, Libraries, Art Fairs, and UCP Seguin, as well as provide private offsite art classes. At the community level, PAC will continue to be involved with public art projects, support the efforts of Studios630 artist guild, and offer professional assistance to communities.

Park Art Center Board of Directors would like to thank all of our many sponsors, donors, volunteers and collaborating partners for their generous contributions and wish to acknowledge their support and appreciation of PAC’s mission. In addition, PAC would like thank the Villa Park community and the businesses on Park Blvd. for their support.

 

Paulina Jimenez, PAC President

PAC Board of Directors: Diane Spolar, Carol Marcus, C J Staunton, Rodney Pate