Galesburg Civic Art Heart to relocate in area occupied by Galesburg Antiques Mall

Visiting Artist, Joe Gyurcsak, demonstrates painting in “plein air” in front of the Odd Fellows Building during a GCAC workshop.

GALESBURG — The Galesburg Civic Artwork Center declared Friday strategies are underway for the improvement of a new site and collaborative arts space at the historic Odd Fellows Developing situated at 349 E. Principal St.

The GCAC sent the announcement in a press release Friday afternoon.

The making, which is now occupied by the Galesburg Antiques Shopping mall, is becoming donated by house owners Mark and Jeannette Kleine to the GCAC. 

The growth and lookup for a new location follows GCAC’s new announcement of capital funding through a $2 million allocation from the point out of Illinois as a result of the do the job of Arts Alliance Illinois for Arts & Culture Cash Coalition companions.

“We feel this setting up and its preservation will give GCAC the chance to invest those people bucks in an current, historical and architecturally attractive constructing in downtown Galesburg,” Mark Kleine stated. 

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