The Janice Mason Art Museum welcomes new officers, president
by Alan Reed
Jun 07, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The crystal ball is a part of the collection currently on display at the Janice Mason Art Museum.  The exhibits at the museum are on loan from the board of directors from their private collections.  The piece depicted here is from Paarl, South Africa, and is untitled.  The “Board Collection” was on display until June 15.
The crystal ball is a part of the collection currently on display at the Janice Mason Art Museum. The exhibits at the museum are on loan from the board of directors from their private collections. The piece depicted here is from Paarl, South Africa, and is untitled. The “Board Collection” was on display until June 15.
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After the annual meeting of the Board of Directors on June 1, the Janice Mason Art Museum welcomed several new officers, including president, treasurer, and member-at-large.

The meeting was held in conjunction with the opening of a new exhibit at the museum, featuring highlights from board members’ personal collections. Many media are represented, including oil, watercolor, sculpture, glass, woodblock prints and others. The exhibit will be featured until June 15. June 16 will see the opening of a duck stamp exhibit, featuring wildlife art used in duck stamps around the nation.

Outgoing Treasurer Bob Clement announced that through donations, grants and fundraising, the museum had taken in more than $92,000. Expenditures to date had totaled nearly $54,000, not including a recent $7,300 for renovations and improvements to the building. “Financially, we are on solid ground,” he said.

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