Community forum to present a light show | The star
AUBURN – Auburn Main Street, in conjunction with Expressions Gallery, will host a community forum on June 23 at the Dilgard Event Center located at the Atrium Marketplace in the 100 block of West 6th Street from 5:30-8 p.m.
In March, the City of Auburn received a $5,000 grant from the Indiana Arts Commission to educate and engage the community on inclusive arts characteristics.
Community members are encouraged to participate in engagement activities and discuss past efforts and current ideas.
“We will have a community engagement activity with possible initiatives where you can share opinions and likes, concerns and ideas relating to the projects involved in the program. We will also be featuring George Berlin who will be bringing a light show to the event to excite us all to some of the possibilities and to push the creative processes forward,” said Auburn Main Street.
Berlin of Chicago, is a designer of immersive experiences. Examples of his work can be seen at georgeberlin.com.
Local artist Nina Bennett will educate community members on what inclusive art is, how we can include inclusive art elements in the city of Auburn, and how enlightenment art works. Bennett specializes in all art media and owns the Expressions gallery, where she sponsors other local artists, teaches art classes, and sells unique artwork, as well as supplies and materials. of art.
“Artistic features have proven to be a cultural enhancement of areas to bring economic vitality, growth, and with lighting projects we can improve safety, bring engagement and activity to the evening hours. We hope you will plan to join us for this exciting evening,” said Auburn Main Street.
Refreshments and hearty appetizers will be provided.