"The Key" was selected for the Neville Public Museums 75th Art Annual Exhibition
Posted on September 11 2020
Founded in 1915, The Neville Public Museum in Green Bay is an accredited cultural institution that champions history, science and art focusing on the collection and preservation of significant objects relevant to Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
The museum has been hosting juried art exhibitions since 1942. Since that time, the Art Annual has become an important bridge between the artistic communities of Northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Generations of artists apply each year and the museum is proud that the Art Annual connects different generations through art.
Christine Alfery's "The Key" has been juried to be part of the museum's 75th Art Annual. The exhibition will be on display October 31, 2020 until January 3, 2021 at the museum.
The Neville Public Museum is part of the Green Bay Packers Heritage Trail, celebrating the colorful stories of the people and places that have played an important role in Packers history.
Dates: October 30th and will be on display until January 3, 2021