Students in Muskegon Community College’s Visual Art Entrepreneur Degree program are reviving seldom-seen artworks from the college’s permanent collection for an exhibition titled “MCC’s Hidden Gems: Early Works from the Permanent Art Collection,” which runs from March 13 through April 23 in the Overbrook Art Gallery. “Hidden Gems” will focus on works from the collection made before 1990. The oldest of the works, a painting by Pete Caesar, came into the collection in 1965. There are many very fine works that represent the efforts of regional artists and document significant local art history.
A public reception is planned for Thursday, March 23, from 3:30pm – 5:00pm in the gallery. For more information, contact Keith Downie at (616) 566-1102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.