WSCC extends Anni Holm exhibit at Old Kirke Museum

The Anni Holm exhibit at Old Kirke Museum in Manistee, part of the WSCC Humankind Series, will close on March 18 and reopen from April 8-23.

The Anni Holm exhibit at Old Kirke Museum in Manistee, part of the WSCC Humankind Series, will close on March 18 and reopen from April 8-23.

Photo courtesy of WSCC

MANISTEE — West Shore Community College has announced the extension of its Humankind Series exhibition “Can’t See the Forest for the Trees,” by artist Anni Holm’s at the Old Kirke Museum, 300 Walnut St., Manistee.

The exhibition will be closed to public access for spring break on March 18 and will reopen on April 8 through April 23. Hours are from 1 to 4 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

“We have received requests to extend the exhibition so community members who have been out of town during the exhibition dates would get a chance to see it. Anni Holm’s work touches on a long history that is very relevant to our communities. Many members have contributed in the making and have expressed a desire to see the work and share their own stories,” said WSCC’s Professor of Art and Curator, Eden Ünlüata-Foley.

The exhibition is free and open to the public.

Further information on Anni Holm may be found at anniholm.com.  For additional information on the exhibit contact Professor Ünlüata-Foley at nfoley@westshore.edu

For more information on the WSCC Humankind Series visit westshore.edu.