It is the start of a new era at the Arbor Gallery Cultural Center.
President Mark Greenwald, one of the three long-standing members who have stepped down from the board, retires after 12 years of service at the helm of the not-for-profit gallery. Also stepping away from the board are Reenie Marx, who remains as an advisor and Honorary Board Member, and Justin Bromberg, who ends 8 years of dedicated work to pursue new endeavors.
“We want to sincerely thank them for their passionate and long-standing commitment to the gallery,” said Lorie Turpin, the Arbor Gallery’s new President. “I am quite eager to work with our new board to continue our mission of supporting the arts and be a dynamic part of our community.”
“We welcome a few new members on the board, including Joe Rau who kindly accepted to step into the role of Treasurer and Sarah Johnson,” Turpin added. “We sincerely thank the rest of the team: Alison Collard, Alison Logee, Andrea Gibbs, Susie Fairbrother, and Sylvie Bouchard, Secretary.”
Closed for the pandemic, the Arbor Gallery will soon be able to open its doors to the public for art exhibits and community events. The current exhibit can be viewed virtually until then.
Details and more information are posted regularly on the Arbor Gallery’s Facebook page and the gallery can be contacted by email at [email protected].