Spring Into Art With Us! 

On behalf of the Turner Center board and staff, thank you to all who celebrated with us at the annual Spring Into Art Gala, on April 12. It was inspiring to see so many attend the event and enjoy an absolutely magical night! More than 320 pieces of original art created by regional artists adorn the walls and pedestals of our galleries until June 9. Please make time to visit the galleries before then, and prepare yourselves to be utterly amazed by these beautiful creations–all of  which are for sale. As always, admission into our galleries is free.

The next best thing to being here in person is to follow the Turner Center on social media, where the art works are displayed for your viewing enjoyment over the weeks ahead.

Creative places are essential to all communities, and the Turner Center for the Arts always has a myriad of experiences to inspire your creativity! Be inspired by walking through our art galleries, choose among a host of classes, and attend any number of our events, all in the safety of our beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces. Comb this website, which is filled with information about what we have to offer for your next art experience. And, mark your calendar for the next Music in the Art Park on June 11 (free concerts on the second Friday of the month through November) as well as the Movie in the Art Park on Saturday, June 19, featuring Goonies.

The Turner Center’s permanent European porcelain collection is also on display in the Howard Gallery; and the Gift Shop–which is open any time the galleries are open–has been stocked with new, original works of art made by local and regional artists.

We realize that many of our patrons have been vaccinated. However, because we deeply care for the health and safety of all our patrons, artists, members and other stakeholders, the Center continues to practice daily safety precautions, the wearing of masks, and maintains an overall sanitized and safe experience within the galleries.

There is literally something for all creative souls here at the Turner Center. I look forward to seeing you soon! Happy Spring!

Sementha Mathews, Executive Director