Marion Art Center

Marion Art Center

by Judith Westlund Rosbe
     
 

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The Marion Art Center was founded in 1957 by a group of amateur actors and members of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Marion. The minister, John Albert, was very interested in the theater, and he organized and directed several plays put on by young members of his church who called themselves the Hornblowers. The group performed multiple plays as fundraisers for the

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The Marion Art Center was founded in 1957 by a group of amateur actors and members of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Marion. The minister, John Albert, was very interested in the theater, and he organized and directed several plays put on by young members of his church who called themselves the Hornblowers. The group performed multiple plays as fundraisers for the church before they began renting the Universalist church in Marion in 1957. Today the art center owns the church building and continues, among other things, to produce plays and sponsor art exhibits in its Cecil Clark Davis Gallery. Marion Art Center documents the rich history of the center that became an active and vital part of the community.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781439634653
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
06/06/2007
Series:
Images of America Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
461,696
File size:
48 MB
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Meet the Author

Judith Westlund Rosbe, a resident of Marion for three decades, is an avid historian and author of Marion, Maritime Marion, and The Beverly Yacht Club. She is an active member of the Marion Historical Society, where she served as president for nine years, and she serves on the board of directors of the Marion Art Center.

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