The Village Theater at Cherry Hill is pleased to present “Interpretations II: Growing Old on the Street”, a collaboration of 20 Detroit area artists working in various styles and media – each creating work in painting, drawing, multi-media, and sculpture – based on corresponding photographs created by legally blind Plymouth, Michigan photographer, Tim Tonachella.
Artists participating in the exhibit include: Jim Aho, Linda Allen, Emily Beadle, Mary Jo Caruana, Dana Chicko, Jack Cameron, Jelly Estrada, Robby Gall, Liz Gullikson, Joe Hosler, Nancy Kozlowski, Rose Lewandowski, Shell McFalls, C. Elizabeth Holladay, Jack Summers, Sharlene Welton, Carrie Wheeler, and Jeni Wheeler.
Co-curated by photographers Tim Tonachella and Jim Aho, this exhibit will run from June 30 through July 30, 2017, with an opening reception on Friday, July 7, 2017, from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill, located at 50400 Cherry Hill Road, Canton, MI 48187.
In addition to the more than 40 works of art to be displayed on the gallery walls, the exhibit will feature a 12-minute film produced to highlight the exhibit’s artwork, together with the reality of growing old on the streets of Detroit. The film will be shown twice during the opening reception in the theater auditorium and will run continuously at a kiosk in the theater lobby.
This current art exhibit is free and open to the public: Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., one hour prior to and during public performances at the theater, as well as by appointment. The Village Theater Gallery is closed on holidays. For more information about this latest exhibit, please call 734/394-5300 or visit www.cantonvillagetheater.org.