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Hardy Gallery holds listening session for board

6:13 AM, Oct. 26, 2013  |  Comments
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The Hardy Gallery in Ephraim will conduct a listening session with its board of directors at 9 a.m. Oct. 30.

The hour long session is to give board members feedback directly from the community, including visual artists, about the programs and services the Hardy provides as the organization prepares for its annual review of its organizational plan and goal setting for 2014. The gallery continually works toward improving services and programs to meet the evolving needs of its constituency, so feedback is important.

The Francis Hardy Center for the Arts is a nonprofit organization working to support the visual arts and artists of Door County. It operates the seasonally open, iconic Hardy Gallery located in the graffiti-covered Anderson warehouse in Ephraim and supports year-round initiatives that address the needs of local artists, the creative enrichment of local youths and the education of the public.

The session will be held at the Hardy office at Svalhus, 3060 Anderson Lane, Ephraim. There is no charge to attend, and coffee and a light continental breakfast will be served, but RSVPs are requested.

To attend the session or for more information, call Hardy executive director Elizabeth Meissner-Gigstead at (920) 854-2210 or email emeissner@thehardy.org. For more information about the Hardy, visit www.thehardy.org.

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